Milwaukee Foot Specialists Treat Plantar Fasciitis Arch Pain
Podiatrist in Milwaukee Offers Treatment of Arch Pain Associated with Plantar Fasciitis
Great Midwest Foot and Ankle Centers’ Milwaukee foot specialists alleviate plantar fasciitis arch pain. Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of tissue connecting the heel and the ball of your foot. This ligament-like band pulls on the heel bone, raising the foot’s arch as it pushes off the ground. When your foot moves improperly, the plantar fascia becomes strained and inflamed, causing the band’s tiny fibers to fray. When this happens plantar fasciitis begins to develop, which produces pain in the arch and heel. This condition can be very painful and is often worse in the morning or after the foot has been rested. Plantar fasciitis is often caused by foot injury, poor foot mechanics or sudden overuse of the connective tissues. If left untreated, plantar fasciitis will likely become worse and other foot problems may develop including heel spurs or bursitis. When you have tried everything from shoe inserts to physical therapyand your arch pain does not improve, you may be suffering from chronic plantar fasciitis.
When you are experiencing chronic plantar fasciitis pain visit one of our Milwaukee foot specialist centers for comprehensive diagnosis and treatment. Our podiatry Milwaukee area experts provide a multi-disciplinary approach which utilizes surgical and nonsurgical treatments for all foot and ankle conditions including plantar fasciitis arch pain. Whether your condition is mild or chronic, we provide diagnosis and specialized treatment for the exact degree of your plantar fasciitis.
Treatment for plantar fasciitis may include MLS Laser Therapy. MLS Laser Therapy is renowned for its safety, effectiveness and long-lasting results. This laser foot therapy helps reduce inflammation and pain by promoting the body’s natural healing process. Depending on the severity of your plantar fasciitis pain, MLS Laser Therapy may last only 10 to 20 minutes per session. In severe cases, surgery may be suggested.