Step Out of Pain with Our Westminster Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Plan
Plantar fasciitis can be painful enough to make walking an agony, but there is hope. At Lifetime Health and Wellness, we can help you step out of foot pain and into healing relief. Our Westminster plantar fasciitis treatment plans consist of all-natural methods that help get you back on your feet and into your daily routine as rapidly as possible. Each chiropractor on our team of three has extensive experience using natural methods to treat this common ailment.
Westminster Chiropractic Care Gets You Back on Your Feet
Unlike traditional healing methods that serve to only alleviate pain and other symptoms, our chiropractic methods delve one step deeper into health issues and ailments. We aim to alleviate pain, but we also correct the problem and help ensure it does not recur in the future. Our plantar fasciitis treatment plans do this by targeting the root of the problem, which is the plantar fascia. This band of connective tissue runs along the bottom of the foot and can become inflamed and irritated from overuse and excess stress.
Runners, pregnant women, and people who are on their feet for extended lengths of time are typically more at risk for the condition, although it can affect anyone. The first step in our plan is to alleviate the discomfort. Acupuncture has been highly effective for reducing pain and promoting healing for the condition, and our chiropractor can combine acupuncture with other methods.
The next step is correcting the problem. Unless your plantar fascia has been severely damage, we can frequently correct the over-extension with several chiropractic methods. Gentle stretching and exercises can help keep the band pliable and flexible. Our Westminster chiropractor may also suggest wearing splints at night to gently stretch the area while you sleep. Each plan varies, depending on each individual. What you can be assured of is the plan will be specifically tailored to your exact needs to get you back on your feet.
Have you ever suffered from a painful plantar fascia?