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Plantar Fasciitis Relief

Understanding Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a condition that arises when the plantar fascia, the ligament connecting your toes to your heel, becomes inflamed, swollen, and weakened. This inflammation leads to pain in the bottom of your foot or heel, particularly when walking or standing, especially during the first steps after waking up or following prolonged periods of sitting.

The pain associated with plantar fasciitis is typically described as sharp and stabbing. It ranks as the most common cause of heel pain and is often prevalent among middle-aged individuals. However, this condition can affect people of all ages, particularly those who spend extended periods on their feet.

Chiropractic Intervention for Plantar Fasciitis

Chiropractic care is a highly effective approach for addressing plantar fasciitis and alleviating the associated pain. Chiropractic treatment for this condition involves precise techniques, including adjustments to the feet and ankles, as well as spinal alignment.


These interventions offer several advantages:

Reduction of Stress on the Plantar Fascia:

Inflamed or stressed ligaments can develop tiny tears that contribute to the pain of plantar fasciitis. Chiropractic adjustments, targeting the heel and foot, alleviate pressure on the plantar fascia, allowing it to relax.

Facilitation of Healing:

By decreasing stress on the plantar fascia through chiropractic adjustments, the foot can initiate the healing process. Chiropractors may also recommend specific exercises designed to stretch the ligament and promote healing. Additionally, they may provide guidance on lifestyle changes and nutritional adjustments to manage pain and enhance recovery.

Effective Pain Management:

Chiropractic care is a powerful method for pain management throughout the body. Spinal adjustments enhance communication between the brain and nerves, leading to improved central nervous system function. Condition-specific adjustments target the root cause of the problem, not just its symptoms. This results in more sustainable pain management.

Risk Reduction for Further Injury:

Individuals with plantar fasciitis often alter their gait to minimize pain, placing stress on other parts of the body. This can lead to issues such as back pain, joint discomfort, muscle strains, and more. Chiropractic care adopts a holistic approach, helping individuals realign their bodies correctly to achieve proper posture and walking mechanics. This, in turn, reduces the risk of additional injuries and discomfort.

Can Chiropractic Care Help you? 

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Our clinic wants everyone from our community to experience the difference that comprehensive chiropractic care can make.  If you’re curious about chiropractic care or would like to learn about our other services, call us today!

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