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Does Any of This Sound Familiar?

  • Do you experience heel pain when you get up in the morning or after sitting for a while?

  • Have you visited multiple offices but still can't find relief from your plantar fasciitis pain?

  • Have you spent a lot of money on treatment or orthotics that didn't alleviate your foot pain?

  • Are you avoiding walks due to the fear of aggravating your plantar fasciitis pain?

  • Has a medical professional suggested that an injection is the next step in treating your plantar fasciitis?

  • Are you starting to worry that you'll never recover from plantar fasciitis and won't be able to enjoy the activities you love?

If you answered YES to any of the above, you're not alone. At Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH we hear stories like this every single day and we know EXACTLY how to help fix your plantar fasciitis.

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What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?... And Why is Your Foot Pain Not Getting Better?

One of the most common causes of plantar fasciitis is actually related to the structure of the foot itself. For instance, if you have flat feet or high arches, you might be more susceptible to developing this condition.

Another factor that can contribute to plantar fasciitis is wearing shoes that don't offer enough support, particularly when walking on hard, flat surfaces. This is especially noticeable for people who spend extended periods on their feet at work.

Furthermore, carrying excess weight may also increase the likelihood of developing plantar fasciitis. It's important to take care of your feet and seek treatment if you notice any pain or discomfort. Our team at Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH can provide you with personalized treatment options and help you get back to the activities you love.

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What Are The Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis?

Allow me to clarify the symptoms of plantar fasciitis in a more understandable way.

Plantar fasciitis typically causes pain in three specific areas: the bottom of the heel, the arch of the foot, and especially when getting up.

The pain can worsen over several months and is often described as more severe in the morning or after sitting for extended periods of time. Interestingly, walking can actually help alleviate the pain as it stretches the fascia, but it may return after standing for extended periods of time.

The Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief Program

Step 1 - Comprehensive Plantar Fasciitis Examination

Our experienced and knowledgeable practitioners will examine the following to identify exactly what is causing your plantar fasciitis:

  • Your foot and ankle range of movement

  • Your joint alignment

  • The biomechanics of the way your walk

  • Your muscle strength and tone

This process will help identify exactly what is causing your plantar fasciitis.

Step 2 -  Latest Technology for Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Our orthotics are designed with the latest cutting edge technology, to get you back to normal and doing the things you love.

At Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH, our team of plantar fasciitis experts understands that each person's needs are unique. That's why we often create individualized rehab programs to ensure you get the most out of your orthotics when needed for plantar fasciitis.

And if you want to take a break from wearing your orthotics and slip into those nice shoes you've been eyeing, we can help make that possible too!

Step 3 - Recovery

Our goal is to provide treatments that are gentle and progressive, allowing you to recover from plantar fasciitis and resume your favourite activities as quickly as possible, without experiencing any pain.

We want to help you overcome the limitations that your plantar fasciitis has imposed on you, so that you can return to the things you love doing.

Also we don't just want to eliminate your plantar fasciitis, we want to provide you with the knowledge and resources necessary to prevent it from returning in the future.

Is The Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief Program Right For You?

  • Our team of podiatrist at Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH are experts in treating plantar fasciitis, helping 1000's of patients get back to walking and running with relief from plantar fasciitis.

  • Here’s just a few of the things our podiatry team can do for you:

  • We can tell you on Day ONE “what you have, why you have it, and how to get rid of it”

  • We can help you find out what’s really going on, and get to the root cause of your plantar fasciitis once and for all – often inside 20 minutes

  • We can help you to enjoy living with more energy each day

  • We can help you put an end to taking all of those painkillers that are no good for your health long-term

  • We can help you avoid surgery – and painful injections

  • We can help you keep out of the doctor’s waiting room or from making repeat visits only to be given more pills!

  • We can help you get back to enjoying quality time with family and friends that plantar fasciitis has stolen from you

  • We can help you keep active and live a full life free from the curse of plantar fasciitis.

What's next? You've got a decision to make - another month gone by without solving your plantar fasciitis problem, or are you ready to get back to doing the things you love?

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From Consultation to Treatment

What to Expect at Your First Podiatry Visit

We're excited to see you at your appointment! We want to make sure you feel comfortable and well-informed, so don't hesitate to ask us any questions about our treatments, our office, or even our payment options. Our goal is to help you get back to living your life free of pain, so let's work together to make that happen!

  • Discuss your foot health goals

  • Provide x-rays if required

  • Complete foot examination

  • Discover your options

  • Start a custom treatment plan

4 Reasons To Choose Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH

  • Specialized Expertise: Our office offers specialized care from highly-trained podiatrist in various fields like sports rehab and chronic pain management.

  • Comprehensive Approach: We provide holistic treatment plans combining manual therapy, exercises, and cutting-edge technology for a well-rounded approach.

  • Cutting-Edge Facilities: Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and advanced equipment to support patients' recovery.

  • Proven Track Record: Our office's reputation is built on successful patient outcomes and positive feedback, fostering a supportive environment for rehabilitation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Plantar Fasciitis

What is plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is a common foot condition characterized by inflammation and irritation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot, connecting the heel bone to the toes. It often causes heel pain, especially during the first steps after waking up or prolonged periods of inactivity.

What causes plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is commonly caused by excessive strain and stress on the plantar fascia. Factors that contribute to its development include overuse, high-impact activities, improper footwear, flat feet or high arches, tight calf muscles, obesity, and certain occupations that involve prolonged standing or walking on hard surfaces.

What are the symptoms of plantar fasciitis?

The main symptom of plantar fasciitis is sharp or stabbing heel pain, typically felt on the underside of the foot near the heel. The pain is often worse in the morning or after periods of rest. It may improve with movement but can worsen after prolonged activity.

How is plantar fasciitis diagnosed?

Plantar fasciitis is usually diagnosed through a physical examination and a discussion of your symptoms and medical history. Imaging tests such as X-rays or ultrasound may be used to rule out other potential causes of heel pain.

How is plantar fasciitis treated?

Treatment for plantar fasciitis typically involves a combination of conservative measures, including rest, ice therapy, stretching exercises, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), orthotics, supportive footwear, night splints, and physical therapy. Severe or persistent cases may require corticosteroid injections or, in rare cases, surgical intervention.

How long does it take to recover from plantar fasciitis?

The recovery time for plantar fasciitis varies from person to person. With proper treatment and adherence to recommendations, many individuals experience improvement within a few months. However, it can take up to a year or longer for some cases to fully resolve.

Can I continue to exercise or participate in sports with plantar fasciitis?

It is generally recommended to avoid or modify high-impact activities that aggravate the symptoms of plantar fasciitis. However, low-impact exercises such as swimming, cycling, and gentle stretching can be beneficial. It's important to consult with a healthcare professional for specific guidelines based on your condition.

How can I prevent plantar fasciitis from recurring?

To help prevent the recurrence of plantar fasciitis, it's important to wear supportive and properly fitted footwear, avoid excessive strain on the feet, maintain a healthy weight, engage in regular stretching and strengthening exercises for the feet and calf muscles, and gradually increase activity levels to avoid sudden overuse.

Are there any home remedies that can provide relief for plantar fasciitis?

Yes, there are several home remedies that can help alleviate plantar fasciitis symptoms. These include applying ice packs to the affected area, performing stretching exercises, using over-the-counter arch supports or orthotic inserts, wearing supportive shoes or sandals with cushioned soles, and resting the feet whenever possible.

When should I seek medical attention for plantar fasciitis?

It is recommended to seek medical attention if your heel pain persists for more than a few weeks, if it becomes severe and limits your daily activities if you experience swelling or redness in the affected foot, or if you develop symptoms in both feet. A healthcare professional can provide an accurate diagnosis and recommend appropriate treatment options.

Please note that these FAQs provide general information and should not replace personalized advice from a qualified healthcare professional. It is important to consult with a trusted podiatrist to assess your individual case and determine the most suitable treatment plan for your plantar fasciitis pain.

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