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Thayer Chiropractic Method for Plantar Fasciitis

Written By So Cal Chiropractic on January 5, 2021

rsz fotpain1Plantar Fasciitis is a troublesome condition that affects millions of individuals worldwide. In fact, in an outpatient setting, plantar fasciitis is estimated to bring in approximately one million patient visitors per year. It accounts for 10% of all runner-related injures and 11% to 15% of all foot symptoms. Before discussing possible plantar fasciitis treatment methods, it’s essential to understand what the condition actually is. 

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is considered one of the most common causes of heel pain and typically involves inflammation of the plantar fascia band. This is the thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of each foot and connects the heel bone to your toes. 

Some of the most common treatment methods for plantar fasciitis include the use of over-the-counter pain medications and the use of expensive orthotics; while these can help some individuals, they don’t typically address the pain at its source. 

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment with the Thayer Chiropractic Method

Instead of treating the symptoms of pain using potentially harmful medications and expensive orthotics that aren’t guaranteed to give you the relief you need, consider a more holistic approach. 

The Thayer Chiropractic Method focuses on restoring balance to your skull and neck, helping your body to return to its natural positioning. 

This can help those suffering from plantar fasciitis in several ways. When our skull and neck are off-balance, it changes the way we walk and puts unnecessary pressure on our feet. An imbalanced neck throws off the overall weight distribution across the entire spine, causing strain in the hips and knees. This changes how we stand and walk, which could lead to foot pain.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment with Your Costa Mesa Chiropractor

While plantar fasciitis may be a common form of foot pain, it should never be written off as “no big deal.” In fact, when left untreated, this condition can lead to chronic heel pain that can hinder your day-to-day activities—decreasing your overall quality of life. 

Don’t let the pain become a nuisance.

Looking for plantar fasciitis treatment in the Costa Mesa area? Then call our So Cal Chiropractic office today at (949) 548-7767 or email us for an available appointment time at [email protected]


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