Plantar Fasciitis is caused by inflammation of the tissues connected to the heel bone, due to excessive pulling and stretching of the fibrous bands that support the arch of the foot. Continuation of this irritation can lead to heel pain, arch pain or a bony growth on the bottom of the heel bone called a “heel spur”. Another condition related to Plantar Fasciitis is swelling on both sides of the Achilles Tendon (see Achilles tendonitis).

Bursitis and Plantar Fasciitis can occur when a person increases their levels of physical activity or when the heel’s fat pad becomes thinner, providing less protection to the foot.

We have found “Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Spur ” to be extremely common. Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Spur affects many in mild to more debilitating ways. Our staff has had very good success in treating this condition. Patients are encouraged and seem to do well on follow-through with home management of their condition after discharge from foot pain management.Plantar Fasciitis /Heel Rehabilitation Program

Plantar Fasciitis /Heel Rehabilitation Program

Inclusion Criteria: Acute or Chronic pain in the heel at the point of insertion of the plantar fascia.
Symptoms and findings include inflammation, micro tears, scarring, evidence of heel spur and tight fascia.

Phase 1. The Patients symptoms of pain managed

Phase 2. Manage inflammation

Phase 3. Repair damaged tissue, build strength & balance

Phase 4. Follow Up and maintenance for long-term success

The Erchonia FX 635 is clinically proven to effectively treat the pain and inflammation from plantar fasciitis. The biostimulation process is painless and promotes cellular regeneration.

Swiss Dolorclast Method

New pain therapy technology for painful heels, tennis elbow, trigger points, tendon attachment disorders, and calcified shoulder issues.

  • Delivers high-energy shock waves to the tissue via the skin
  • Activates your body’s self-healing processes where pain occurs
  • Increases metabolic activity through improved blood circulation and the formation of new blood vessels
  • Nurtures and accelerates the healing process through cell regeneration