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Foot Pain Treatment


Foot Pain Treatment

Foot Pain Treatment From Spring Chiropractic and Rehab

If you have been regularly dealing with pain in one or both of your feet, obtaining proper foot pain treatment is necessary to find relief. Plantar Fasciitis is a common condition that may be to blame for frequent pain in the feet. Contacting Spring Chiropractic and Rehab in is an option available to relieve symptoms. Here is some information about Plantar Fasciitis to read over so you understand this condition and how a chiropractor can help treat it effectively.

What Plantar Fasciitis Is

The plantar fascia is a rubberband-like mass of connective tissue located on the bottom of each foot. This band connects the heel of the foot to the base of the toes. If this portion of the foot becomes inflamed, pain is a result.

Reasons People Suffer From This Condition

Plantar Fasciitis is caused by poor foot structure, such as flat or high-arched feet. If you stand for long durations of time, Plantar Fasciitis may be a result. Starting a repetitive activity such as running can also cause this condition.

Symptoms Associated With Plantar Fasciitis

When Plantar Fasciitis inflicts someone, they will suffer from sharp pain from the heel to the bottom of the foot. This pain is generally worse upon waking, and the first few steps taken after getting out of bed are usually rather intense. Pain subsides after the body gets moving, but is still felt throughout the day if treatment is not obtained.

How Our Chiropractor Helps With Foot Pain Treatment

Since poor posture contributes to the symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis, treating the spine for this condition is a method of effective foot pain treatment. Our chiropractor will do gentle adjustments to your spine to help relieve pressure in the joints, helping you to correct your posture as necessary. This alignment also helps to balance your body so you are not bearing more weight upon one foot, which also contributes to Plantar Fasciitis pain.

Schedule an Appointment with Spring Chiropractic and Rehab Today!
Contact Spring Chiropractic and Rehab to make an appointment with our chiropractor to find out more about foot pain treatment options available. Call us today at (281) 651-7111.