What Is Our Plantar Fasciitis Relief Protocol?

Plantar Fasciitis Relief TherapyPlantar Fasciitis is a thick fibrous connective tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot. It is a foot disease and the most common cause of heel pain. It involves inflammation of a thick band of tissue, more like a stabbing pain that usually occurs with your morning steps. But as you keep on moving, the pain usually decreases. It might return after long periods of standing or when you stand up after sitting. Most of the time, the cause is poorly understood. It is prevalent in runners and overweight people. Our plantar fasciitis treatment protocol includes laser therapy, and joint rebalancing.

Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy deviceNot treating the condition on time can escalate the situation even further. It is always advised to opt for good therapy sessions without any delays. The therapy seems better than cortisone injections as the pain will stop for a short period with injections and control any inflammatory healing response. As a result, it may be at risk of further damage. Meanwhile, you don’t have to worry about stopping the inflammatory healing response with laser therapy. It regenerates faster, which means you can get back to sports or activities you enjoyed participating in.

Joint Rebalancing

Joint Rebalancing TreatmentThe idea is not only to treat the foot and calves but to look at the musculature of the legs, hip, pelvis, and trunk and assess how muscles and joints function. The goal is to treat every joint contributing to plantar fasciitis.

We understand how hard it is to live with pain, especially an unbearable one. It is advised not to ignore any of your conditions and undergo complete therapy sessions to get the best results. If you are experiencing any heel pain, you may contact Back Pain, Neck Pain & Headache Relief Center of Pleasanton at (925) 460-3877.


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*Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.