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Plantar Fasciitis Care at North Orange County Chiropractic & Wellness in Brea

When you visit our chiropractor at North Orange County Chiropractic & Wellness, our team will provide you with comprehensive care, one-on-one attention, and the most advanced holistic care available. If you are struggling with foot pain, it’s likely impacting every element of your day. Our team can help to determine the causes of heel pain and then create a treatment plan for it. One of the most common causes is plantar fasciitis.

Man with Plantar Fasciitis needs to see a chiropractor.

What Is Plantar Fasciitis?

The most common cause of heel pain in adults is plantar fasciitis, a condition that involves the development of inflammation of the tissues that run along the bottom of the foot. This band of tissues is very important for moving the foot, stretching it, and twisting it. It connects the heel bone to the toes. The band is called the plantar fascia. In some situations, inflammation develops in this tendon, causing pain and limited movement. Over time, this can worsen and development into chronic pain and even limited mobility.

What Are the Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis?

This type of foot pain, and any other forms shouldn’t be ignored; instead, you should seek out care from your chiropractor for any pain that does not seem to improve quickly. Some of the most common symptoms of plantar fasciitis include the following:

  • A stabbing pain located at the bottom of the foot, most commonly near the heel
  • The pain is worse with the first steps you take, then can seem to get better
  • Pain the is worsened when standing for a long period of time
  • Pain that worsens after exercise, but not necessarily during it

If you have these symptoms, it is likely that you have developed plantar fasciitis. This condition occurs as a result of small tears or inflammation that occurs in the plantar fascia. Normally, this band of tissue works as a type of shock absorber, much like the way a bowstring acts on a bow. It helps to support the arch, or curved portion, of the foot. Sometimes, the amount of tension that builds in this area is too much, causing the tissues to stretch, tear, and become inflamed.

How Is Plantar Fasciitis Treated by Our Brea Chiropractor?

When you come in to see your chiropractor, we will provide a thorough examination of your feet and determine the causes of heel pain you have. We can then apply a number of techniques to give you pain relief. For example, if it is caused by improper walking posture due to a misalignment in the spinal column, chiropractic care can help to adjust the problem, resolving the foot pain. For others, therapeutic massage and corrective exercises are important for improving the movement of the foot and reducing the pain present.

Schedule a Consultation with Our Brea Chiropractor Today

To get the help you need for plantar fasciitis, schedule a consultation with your chiropractor in Brea at North Orange County Chiropractic & Wellness. Let our team provide a consultation and create a treatment plan for you. Call us at 714-256-0411.

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