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Posted on 05-26-2017

Chiropractic Care for Plantar Fasciitis

If you've been suffering from persistent foot pain, it may be time to schedule a consultation with our chiropractor in Louisville. While there are many potential causes of foot pain, plantar fasciitis is a common underlying condition that can result in chronic and sometimes debilitating foot pain. Fortunately, at Highland Chiropractic, we offer holistic and drug-free treatment for this and many other conditions.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis Prevention Tips

Specifically, plantar fasciitis refers to a condition where the plantar fascia (the ligament connecting your heel bone to your toes) becomes inflamed due to straining or tearing. There are many potential causes of plantar fasciitis, ranging from a lack of foot support to poor posture or problems with spinal alignment. Most people who suffer from plantar fasciitis will experience pain in the heel and throughout the bottom of the foot, especially while walking or even standing.

The best way to avoid plantar fasciitis in the first place is to ensure that you wear properly supportive shoes, especially while spending a lot of time on your feet. Also, be sure that your shoes fit properly, as wearing shoes that are too tight can cause constriction and damage to the plantar fascia ligament.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

What many people don't realize is that chiropractic care can serve as effective plantar fasciitis treatment in many patients. This is especially true among patients whose symptoms are caused by poor posture or alignment problems along the spinal column. By correcting these problems through chiropractic treatments like spinal adjustment and corrective exercise, we can help relieve your foot pain. We may also be able to make nutritional and lifestyle recommendations to improve your overall posture and day-to-day health in an effort to prevent symptoms from returning.

Schedule an Appointment With Our Chiropractor in Louisville

If you're suffering from plantar fasciitis symptoms, request your appointment with our chiropractor in Louisville today. You can reach our team at Highland Chiropractic by calling (502) 454-5000.

Do you suffer from plantar fasciitis or ongoing foot pain?

 

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