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Owen Sound, 519-376-9355
Kitchener-Waterloo, 519-885-3500

Plantar Fasciitis Diagnosis & Treatment with Our Chiropractor in Kitchener And Owen Sound

Plantar fasciitis is a major cause of dysfunction and missed work among people of all ages and backgrounds. It can lead to swelling, tenderness, and pain in the bottom part of your foot and heel and is caused by inflammation and irritation within a thick band of tissue on the underside of your foot known as the plantar fascia (this connective tissue forms the arch of your foot). 

Plantar fasciitis symptoms are often worse first thing in the morning or after a prolonged bout of standing. You may be at risk for developing this inflammatory pain condition if you "do too much too soon" when it comes to exercise (e.g., going from a couch potato to running 3 miles the next day), being overweight, standing a lot at your job, and having either a too flat or a too high arch in your foot. plantar fasciitis treatment with our chiropractor in kitchener and owen sound

Chiropractors have long been providing non-invasive and effective treatment for plantar fasciitis pain. At Advanced Pain Relief Clinic, our multidisciplinary team provides massage therapy, physiotherapy, custom orthotics fittings, and of course advanced chiropractic care including spinal decompressions and adjustments to help maximize your postural alignment, reduce strain on the irritated plantar fascia, and allow your foot to heal. 

One therapeutic modality that we've been using with great success for our patients with plantar fasciitis and other acute and chronic pain conditions is shockwave therapy. Never heard of it? If you have plantar fasciitis, pay attention--this may be the next best thing for your foot. 

How Shockwave Therapy Provides Non-Invasive Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Our clients love shockwave therapy for 3 main reasons:

  1. It's a non-invasive, non-surgical, and drug-free adjunct to chiropractic care and other pain management services we offer here at the Advanced clinics. 
  2. It requires no downtime and causes no discomfort during the session. 
  3. It's effective!

So, how does it work? Essentially, shockwave therapy uses short, high-energy sound waves emitted through a specialized wand-looking device to trigger healing changes at the cellular level of the targeted tissue. Specifically, shockwave therapy has been shown to promote cellular repair and regeneration, accelerated tissue healing, reduced scar tissue formation, and reduced pain and other symptoms of injury. 

It's particularly effective in areas of the body where tissue density changes (such as around the area where ligaments and tendons attach to bones), making it an excellent modality for treating pain in and around the heel. 

So, if medications and rest haven't helped, considering consulting with our chiropractor in Kitchener and Owen Sound. He may choose to utilize shockwave therapy as part of your plantar fasciitis treatment and get you back on your feet quickly. By relieving your pain and other symptoms as well as healing the plantar fascia itself, you'll be able to resume your daily activities at work, in the gym, and at home. We'll also help you make better lifestyle choices regarding nutrition and exercise to help manage your controllable risk factors and prevent future or recurring damage. 

Call Our Chiropractor in Kitchener and Owen Sound Today

Dr. Moona S. Rahemtulla has been a chiropractor in Kitchener and Owen Sound for 2 decades and has worked around the world sharing his knowledge and clinical expertise to the direct benefit of both his colleagues and his patients. The entire team here at Advanced Pain Relief Clinic--consisting of chiropractors, physiotherapists, massage therapists, nutritionists, and more--work together to help you recover from a wide range of conditions, including plantar fasciitis. 

To schedule an appointment at our Owen Sound clinic, call 519-376-9355. For our Kitchener-Waterloo location, call 519-885-3500. New clients receive a complimentary consultation, so call today!

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