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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment
Plantar fasciitis is best treated and prevented through the use of Orthotics or Orthotic Therapy. Each foot is unique like you and responds to a unique set of treatments and orthotic plantar fasciitis pain relief. Our Unique Plantar Fasciitis Orthotics are proven to reduce and eliminate heel pain associated with Plantar fasciitis. Each Orthotic treatment plan is individually tailored to you taking into account:
- Your specific diagnosis
- Biomechanical factors such as Flat Feet (Pes Planus), Pronation or Equines
- Type & style of your footwear • The severity and length of time your pain has been present
- Budget and time limitations
- Standing, work and sports
Our Orthotic shoe inserts (Orthotics) are among the less invasive (Non surgical), more effective and cheaper ways to treat Plantar Fasciitis. Because of their high success rate, and their relative low cost, orthotics are now among the most recommended form of treatment by Orthopaedic Surgeons, GP’s and foot specialists. Your Orthotics are exactly and specifically prescribed to re-align the foot and support the arches. To do this, measurements, casts or moulds are taken with the feet corrected to offload the plantar fascia and foot spur. A unique aperture (soft hole) is created in the heel at the site of the pain to offload and cushion the plantar fasciitis pain. As a result, excess strain and stress on the plantar fascia ligament is greatly reduced. Orthotics addresses the cause of this medical foot condition, whereas most other treatments merely relieve the symptoms, providing only short-term relief.
Treatments For Plantar Fasciitis
Don’t wait for it to get better – there are many things which can be done!
- Orthotics with heel cushioning and weight relief of heel
- Rest and ice (see ice program below)
- Exercises and stretches (see stretching program below)
- Massage & Physical therapy treatment
- Cortisone injections / anti- inflamatories
Treatment should be initially aimed at decreasing the pain & inflammation, keeping the fascia at its natural length (to decrease fiber disruption) and to cushioning.
Place an ice bottle of water, straight from the freezer, onto the floor. Place your foot on top of the bottle so the curved surface of the can sits in the arch of your foot. Roll your foot back and forth over the can.
This will gently stretch your plantar fascia to its natural length, create an arch in your foot and decrease the inflammation of the plantar fascia due to the very cold can.
Frequency: 10-15 minutes midday and night
A plantar fasciitis night splint or stretches may be required as part of your treatment. These basically involve stretches that help plantar fasciitis treatment by loosening the two large muscles at the back of the leg called gastrocnemuis and Soleus muscles.
These attach to the Achilles tendon and some people experience Achilles tendonitis as well as Plantar Fasciitis pain together.