Do you have heel or arch pain in the morning upon arising or after getting out of a seat? You might have plantar fasciitis. Whatever foot problems you have, visit Chronic Foot Pain Center, a plantar fasciitis center in New York, NY. We’re dedicated to solving not only your foot pain but the reasons behind it.
Plantar fasciitis is a condition where the tissue, or fascia, that connects your foot’s heel to your toes (the ligament that supports your arch) is inflamed and painful. This inflammation often occurs because of over-stretched or torn tissue.
You might have plantar fasciitis if you experience the following:
- Foot pain after a long nap or night of sleep
- Foot pain after getting up from sitting
- Foot pain after extensive exercise
- Foot pain while flexing
- Tingles or burning in your foot
If these symptoms fit your foot pain problems, visit Chronic Foot Pain Center today.
Plantar Fasciitis Treatment
At Chronic Foot Pain Center, we treat your plantar fasciitis naturally and holistically. Modern medicine only treats the symptoms and not the source, leaving you with a weakened immune system and potentially bad side effects.
Our first step is to determine what has caused your foot pain. Common reasons might include biomechanical problems (structure and function), fitness habits, diet choices, degenerative diseases, immune burden, or even the surfaces our feet walk on.
Once we’ve determined the cause, we then proceed to give you holistic treatment that works to heal and reverse your condition and leave your body healthy and happy.
Treatments we often employ at Chronic Foot Pain Center for your plantar fasciitis include:
- Custom prescription foot orthotics.
- Diet changes based on a food journal or food sensitivity exams
- Supplements such as amino acids, probiotics, and curcumin
- Stretching/Exercise regimen
- Increased water intake
- Homeopathic injections, prolotherapy injections, high voltage electrical stimulation therapy.
Above all, our goals at Chronic Foot Pain Center is to relieve your overburdened immune system, improve your foot circulation, and help your body achieve homeostasis.
Call our plantar fasciitis pain center today at 516.369.3172. We look forward to helping resolve your foot pain!