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Treating Plantar Fasciitis With Laser Therapy

Written By Big Bend Chiropractic on October 6, 2021

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain that can undoubtedly dampen the thrill of exploring Florida. It's most prevalent in middle-aged people but can occur in anyone. It causes severe, stabbing pain in the heel after prolonged periods of rest. 

While you may hope it resolves on its own, ignoring plantar fasciitis can make it difficult to walk and carry out daily tasks. In addition, a lack of treatment can result in chronic heel problems. Unfortunately, many therapy courses to manage the pain and get you back on your feet can be extensive and expensive. 

Relief with Laser Therapy

If you suffer from this condition,  deep tissue laser therapy is an excellent option to manage symptoms and prevent chronic complications. At Big Bend Chiropractic, Dr. Miller treats plantar fasciitis with non-invasive, drug-free lightforce laser therapy. This natural option helps relax the ligament that connects the toes to the heels, allowing oxygen to flow and healing to occur. Perhaps the best part is that you may notice your pain decrease after only a few treatments!

Knock Out Plantar Fasciitis with Combination Therapy

While laser therapy can be beneficial on its own, it can be even more effective when combined with other treatments. These can include adjustments to the heel, foot, ankle, and spine. Kinesiology Therapeutic (KT) tape to support the area and stimulate lymph drainage to reduce inflammation can also be applied.

Book an Appointment for Deep Tissue Laser Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis in Tallahassee

Dr. Michael Miller has over 20 years of experience in the chiropractic field and a passion for healthy healing that stems from his interactions with his chiropractor beginning at age 12. With his comprehensive knowledge and extensive training, treating plantar fasciitis no longer has to be complicated. Using laser therapy, with or without adjustments or KT tape, your prognosis is significantly improved.

Our staff at Big Bend Chiropractic is focused on patients first and foremost. We are here to support and help you on your road to recovery after an injury. To schedule your appointment today, call us at 850-668-4200 or book with us online.

Posted In: Chiropractic Plantar Fasciitis Treatment