At Zaker Chiropractic, our team (led by respected chiropractor Dr. Misa Zaker) works tirelessly to help people find plantar fasciitis treatment without having to rely on drugs or invasive procedures. This way, they can get back to the activities they love with as little downtime and as little risk for adverse reactions as possible.
Feel the bottom of your foot. That structure—also known as the arch of your foot—is called your plantar fascia. This thick band of tissue helps your foot move, stabilize, and absorb forces during normal weight-bearing activities like standing, walking, and running.
Sometimes, this tissue can become inflamed and irritated (often due to repetitive stress, hormonal changes, or other factors). When this happens, a person has plantar fasciitis leading to foot pain.
The primary symptom of plantar fasciitis is heel pain or foot pain that can develop gradually or quickly. This pain is often described as sharp. It's often worse first thing in the morning when a person gets up, rises from a seated position, or climbs stairs. Pain may come on during or after exercise, as well.
In addition to pain in feet, people with plantar fasciitis also often complain of stiffness in the foot and ankle. This discomfort leads many of our patients to us to seek treatment for plantar fasciitis and the accompanying foot pain
As mentioned, anyone can experience plantar fasciitis. However, research does indicate a few common risk factors:
Chiropractors provide individualized, customizable, and completely non-invasive plans of care for people living with the pain of plantar fasciitis and foot pain. We don't believe in taking a myopic look at your symptoms—instead, we want to evaluate your entire person—posture, body mechanics, work habits, nutrition, lifestyle, and more—to identify as many contributing factors as possible. This way, your pain relief will be more effective, faster, and longer lasting!
To help you find this kind of relief, we offer a range of techniques, including:
We have appointments available immediately! For more answers about Plantar Fasciitis or foot pain, make an appointment with Zaker Chiropractic. Our chiropractors provide a wide variety of services to diagnose and treat pinched nerves. Zaker Chiropractic has several locations to serve you. Call (949) 734-4454 for an appointment with Newport Pain & Wellness, (424) 235-1562 for South Bay Pain & Wellness, or (310) 831-0003 for an appointment with San Pedro Pain & Wellness. Each clinic offers a multidisciplinary list of services.