Plantar fasciitis is caused by irritation of the plantar fascia, the band of connective tissue that supports the foot’s arch. This extremely common condition may cause burning or stabbing pain whenever the foot bears weight, making it difficult to stand, walk, and move about one’s day.
Those living with plantar fasciitis can find relief with The Physicians, a group of specialists in Rome, Marietta, Atlanta, and Stockbridge, GA, are experts in treating plantar fasciitis. With advanced testing, imaging and treatments such as custom orthotics and shockwave therapy, The Physicians are dedicated to helping patients get back on their feet.
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The most common symptom of plantar fasciitis is pain in the bottom of the heel. This pain tends to be worse in the morning or after periods of inactivity, and it can be intense when first standing up after sitting. Other symptoms may include:
At The Physicians Spine & Rehabilitation Specialists, we offer various treatment options for plantar fasciitis, including:
At The Physicians Spine & Rehabilitation Specialists, we understand that every patient is unique. Our team of experienced physicians will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan to provide the best possible outcome and relief from your plantar fasciitis.
The exact cause of plantar fasciitis is not entirely clear, but it is believed to develop through a combination of factors, such as:
By understanding the underlying causes of plantar fasciitis, it's possible to take measures to decrease the risk of developing the condition.
Surgery is typically seen as a last resort option for plantar fasciitis and is generally only recommended if other treatments have failed to offer relief after a period of six to 12 months of conservative therapy. Most cases of plantar fasciitis can be effectively managed with a combination of stretching, physical therapy, orthotics, and other non-surgical treatments. However, in rare cases where conservative treatments fail, the physician may suggest surgery as an option. It is important to seek medical treatment to manage the condition and minimize the risk of complications.
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If you’re ready to find relief from pain, The Physicians Spine & Rehabilitation Specialists are here to consult with you, answer your questions, and get you started on the road to relief. Schedule your appointment today using our easy online tool.