Plantar Fasciitis

Our comprehensive approach to treating plantar fasciitis combines targeted therapies to relieve foot pain, reduce inflammation, and support proper healing.

Conditions We Treat - Plantar Fasciitis
Conditions We Treat - Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Symptoms

Symptoms of plantar fasciitis often include achiness, sharp pain in the heel, burning pain, stabbing pain, pinching sensation, and the intensity of pain is usually worse in the mornings.

Common Diagnosis

Plantar Fasciitis*

*Every Patient is different. Examination will dictate proper diagnosis per individual.

Dr. Mario Tolj, DC, CCSP

The Bodyfix's Approach to Treating Plantar Fasciitis

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At the Bodyfix, we properly examine and diagnose each Patient. Each treatment involves a unique blend of care including, but not limited to: Traction/Distraction, Variety of Soft Tissue Techniques, Chiropractic Adjustments, Class IV Laser Therapy, Muscle Stimulation, & a customizable Rehab approach.

Plantar Fasciitis FAQs

Exploring Common Questions and Answers About Plantar Fasciitis.

  • Why does this take so long to heal?

    Plantar fasciitis can be slow to heal because the plantar fascia is subject to constant stress and strain from walking and standing, especially when there is overpronation of the feet and internal rotation of the knee and hip. Addressing all of these potential instigators, in addition to a combination of rest and therapy, can lead to faster relief.

  • Why do I feel ups and downs in progress?

    The healing process for plantar fasciitis can be gradual, with ups and downs in symptoms. This is normal and may be influenced by factors such as activity level, footwear, and adherence to treatment.

  • Is it from bad shoes?

    Improper footwear can contribute to plantar fasciitis by providing inadequate support and placing excessive strain on the plantar fascia. Wearing supportive shoes with good arch support can help alleviate symptoms.

  • Is this from improper walking habits?

    Improper walking mechanics, such as overpronation or supination, can place added stress on the plantar fascia and contribute to the development of plantar fasciitis.

  • Can this contribute to my lower back pain?

    Yes, plantar fasciitis can contribute to low back pain, either indirectly or directly, depending on how you look at it. That’s why it’s important to always treat not only the area of pain but also the kinetic links, such as the knee, hip, and low back, which are contributing factors to the overall condition.

The BodyFix Chiropractic Method: Examine, Tailor, Treat, Reinforce

Our Process

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  1. History & Examination

    We start by asking tailored to specific questions to ensure an accurate diagnosis for creating tailored treatment plans. Without the right diagnosis, positive patient outcomes are compromised.

  2. Tailor

    Provide a 360-degree journey of the human body tailored to each individual's health needs, focusing mainly but not limited to the musculoskeletal system.

  3. Treat

    Deliver comprehensive treatments in a 15-20 minute timeframe, addressing multiple anatomical structures to produce more efficient, faster, and longer-lasting results.

  4. Reinforce/Rehab

    Reinforce Send patients home with rehab homework to solidify the changes made during the in-office treatment and promote lasting relief.

Alleviate Plantar Fasciitis Pain

Restore Comfort

Take the first step towards pain-free movement by booking your chiropractic appointment at The BodyFix today. Discover our special offers and start your journey to lasting plantar fasciitis relief.

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New Patient Special : $69

Initial visit is 45 min to 1 hour. Includes patient history intake, full body examination, and personalized treatment.
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