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Plantar Fasciitis

Natural Plantar Fasciitis Treatment in Boise, ID

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition affecting the sole of your foot. The pain is typically located on the bottom of your heel bone, towards your arch. This is the site of attachment for the plantar fascia, which is a long band of fibrous tissue along the bottom of your foot. Both chronic irritation and acute trauma can lead to inflammation of this fascia (i.e. plantar fasciitis).

Those who have recently had a major change in activity, a change in footwear, or injury to the foot are susceptible to plantar fasciitis. The pain may start as just a mild discomfort in the foot and slowly progress to something more severe.

plantar-fasciitis-treatmentThe pain associated with plantar fasciitis can be severe, and it is usually worse first thing in the morning. When you go to take that first step out of bed and noticed a sharp pain on the bottom of your foot, you should suspect plantar fasciitis. The earlier you can catch this condition, the better the outcomes of our treatment will be. Our goal is to decrease the inflammation, and to break up any fibrous adhesions that have accumulated from chronic stress to that area.

We use many therapies to help plantar fasciitis in our Boise chiropractic clinic - ultrasound, Graston technique (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), stretching, chiropractic extremity adjustments, cold laser, and more. We may also recommend some activity modifications and home stretches and exercises. In some cases, we may even recommend taping or bracing the area.

If you suffer from the symptoms of plantar fasciitis, and live in the Treasure Valley (Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Kuna), please feel free to call Boise Integrated Chiropractic at 208-(208) 629-5374 to see if we can help you.

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition affecting the sole of your foot.  The pain is typically located on the bottom of your heel bone, towards your arch.  This is the site of attachment for the plantar fascia, which is a long band of fibrous tissue along the bottom of your foot.  Both chronic irritation and acute trauma can lead to inflammation of this fascia (i.e. plantar fasciitis).

Those who have recently had a major change in activity, a change in footwear, or injury to the foot are susceptible to plantar fasciitis.  The pain may start as just a mild discomfort in the foot and slowly progress to something more severe.

The pain associated with plantar fasciitis can be severe, and it is usually worse first thing in the morning.  When you go to take that first step out of bed and noticed a sharp pain on the bottom of your foot, you should suspect plantar fasciitis.  The earlier you can catch this condition, the better the outcomes of our treatment will be.  Our goal is to decrease the inflammation, and to break up any fibrous adhesions that have accumulated from chronic stress to that area.

We use many therapies to help plantar fasciitis in our Boise chiropractic clinic - ultrasound, Graston technique (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), stretching, chiropractic extremity adjustments, cold laser, and more.  We may also recommend some activity modifications and home stretches and exercises.  In some cases, we may even recommend taping or bracing the area.

If you suffer from the symptoms of plantar fasciitis, and live in the Treasure Valley (Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Kuna), please feel free to call Boise Integrated Chiropractic at (208) 629-5374 to see if we can help you.