Planter Fasciitis

Professional Planter Fasciitis Service

Plantar Fasciitis is a common foot condition causing pain and discomfort in the heel and sole. In this section, we provide valuable information about the condition, its symptoms, and various treatment options available.

At Foot Doctor Podiatrist, our goal is to help you understand Plantar Fasciitis better and guide you toward effective solutions for relief and recovery.

Put an end to Plantar Fasciitis discomfort and regain your mobility

Diagnosis and Assessment

Accurate diagnosis and thorough assessment are essential steps in effectively managing Plantar Fasciitis. Our experienced healthcare professionals employ a comprehensive approach to diagnose the condition. This includes evaluating signs and symptoms, conducting a detailed physical examination, and utilizing diagnostic imaging tools like X-rays and ultrasound. Gait analysis and pressure mapping may also be employed to assess biomechanical factors contributing to the condition.

By utilizing these diagnostic techniques, we can gather valuable insights into your specific condition, enabling us to develop a tailored treatment plan that addresses the underlying causes and provides targeted relief. Rest assured, our commitment to precise diagnosis ensures optimal care and improved outcomes.

Our specialized Plantar Fasciitis treatments

Signs and Symptoms Evaluation

Our healthcare professionals conduct a thorough assessment of the signs and symptoms associated with Plantar Fasciitis, including heel pain, stiffness, tenderness, and difficulty in walking or standing for extended periods.

Physical Examination Techniques

A comprehensive physical examination is performed to assess the foot and ankle, focusing on factors such as range of motion, muscle strength, and palpation of the plantar fascia for tenderness and inflammation.

Diagnostic Imaging Options

We utilize diagnostic imaging tools such as X-rays and ultrasound to obtain detailed images of the foot, allowing us to identify any structural abnormalities, rule out other conditions, and confirm the diagnosis of Plantar Fasciitis.