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Are you plagued by constant heel pain and discomfort? Do you feel intense pain as soon as your foot hits the floor in the morning. Do you have little relief throughout the day? If you experiance these kind of pains, you might be experiencing pain associated with Plantar Fasciitis. Chiropractic care has become the best choice of treatment for patients suffering from plantar fasciitis. See Marshall Tulsa Chiropractic as soon as you begin to experience the pain! Quick treatment will give you a greater chance of successful relief and prevention of future occurrences.

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis treatment is often needed by middle-aged people who are on their feet a lot. Extremely uncomfortable pain in the heel and along the arch is caused by a strain in the ligament on the bottom of your foot. The ligament stretches from your heel to your toes. The ligament is referred to as the plantar fascia. If the plantar fascia becomes strained it gets weak, swollen and inflamed and generates pain.

What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?

Anybody who is consistently on their feet can suffer from Plantar Fasciitis. Typical jobs that cause this problem include athletes, waitresses, soldiers and cashiers. Some common culprits of Plantar Fasciitis are:

  • Rolling of the feet when you walk
  • High arches or flat feet
  • Improper or worn out footwear
  • Working or walking on hard surfaces for an extended period of time
  • Unhealthy weight

How is Plantar Fasciitis Diagnosed?

Scheduling an appointment with a Chiropractor is the first step. Chiropractors are experts in the structural anatomy and the biomechanics of the human body. To diagnose Plantar Fasciitis your Chiropractor will perform an exam. They are concerned with the root of the pain, so they can develop the best plan for treatment.

Common Areas Addressed During the Exam

  • Observation

Your Chiropractor will observe how you walk and stand. They will pay attention to any areas that are tight, misaligned, or overcompensating. Your Chiropractor will also observe your range of motion.

  • Medical History

What illnesses or previous injuries did you have in the past.

  • Location

Your Chiropractor will ask about the location of the pain and when the pain is most intense.

  • Activity

What is your physical activity level?

Dr. Ryan Marshall, DC


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