Your ONLY STOP for HEEL & ARCH PAIN in San Antonio & South Texas
If you suffer from heel or arch pain, then our team would love to help you overcome this often debilitating condition. Find answers to our frequently asked questions regarding Plantar Fasciitis & how we treat it at our clinic, below.
Our specialists offer statistically successful treatment plans that can heal your Plantar Fasciitis. On your first visit, our goal is to have you 85% better in 2-5 days.
To do that, we perform several tretments all at once to resolve the issue. This approach has been highly successful for our patients as we also provide medications, injections, night splints, and nutritional supplements to help you find relief faster.
Treatments for plantar fasciitis can vary depending on the severity and nature of your inflammation. Sometimes, simple at-home options such as stretches, ice packs, and shoe modifications can help reduce irritation, and are often initially prescribed to reduce pain and symptoms. If the pain continues, more aggressive treatments such as night splints and casts, injections, or orthotics are employed.
The professional team at Next Step Foot & Ankle Center helps you determine the best way to alleviate plantar fasciitis, in the most conservative way as possible.
Most cases of plantar fasciitis go away after treatment methods such as:
WEARING SUPPORTIVE SHOES
Changing your shoes to more comfortable footwear and/or adding orthotic insoles to relieve the pressure on your ligament can help increase your elasticity and heal.
REDUCING HIGH-IMPACT ACTIVITIES SUCH AS RUNNING
Click the video below to see how Dr. Silvester recommends stretches to help treat your Heel Pain. Stretching helps loosen your ligaments, increasing the elasticity and helping them heal.
Wearing a night splint or brace keeps your muscles from pulling on your bone while you sleep, assisting further in helping you heal.
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