Patients frequently come to us with diagnoses of plantar fasciitis and, less commonly, plantar fasciosis, while many other patients come in simply complaining of pain in their heels and/or arches of their feet without any medical diagnosis or with pain related to bunions. However, plantar fasciitis does affect many people every year, so many people do seem to suffer from that more often than not. When people complain of heel pain, it’s so important that they seek medical help to determine whether or not the pain is being caused by plantar fasciitis. If it is plantar fasciitis, many people have benefited from physical therapy before now. If this pain is causing a lot of discomfort, it might be worth getting in touch with a physical therapy san francisco clinic that could provide helpful advice to ensure this pain reduces soon. Physical therapy is one of the best ways to deal with this pain, however, some other people find that acupuncture is useful too. It’s believed that acupuncture is often helpful at relieving pain and improving function (i.e. the ability to walk and stand more comfortably), but we realize there are often underlying causes that are likely causing these conditions that could be addressed to prevent further pain and foot damage.
We recently came across this informative video about plantar fasciosis, plantar fasciitis, and bunions. If you suffer from heel or foot pain and/or have been diagnosed with plantar fasciitis, plantar fasciosis or bunions, we recommend this video for some tips that you may find helpful. If any of the warning signs are similar to symptoms you are suffering, we recommend you look into arranging a visit with a local podiatry clinic, such as heartland podiatry for those in the Kansas City area.
Note: we have no connection with the company, Correct Toes, that produced this video, but we think the approach is worthy of consideration so we have decided to share it with you in hopes that you may find it to be helpful.