Plantar Fasciitis, also known as “policeman’s heel” is a result of inflamed tissue on the underside of the foot. The result of the inflammation can cause moderate to severe pain, typically most noticeable after waking up. There are many exercises and at home remedies to aid in minor plantar pain however these remedies can take time leaving sufferers sidelined from their favorite activities. Depending on the severity of your issue, at home remedies may not alleviate your pain or allow you to return to certain activities.
Best Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis?
Dr. MacLear & Dr. Gorfine at Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute, a practice which has been providing pain management in Palm Beach County for over 16 years, is announcing a NEW and highly effective medical treatment of Plantar Fasciitis that can get you back to your favorite activities quickly. These interventional pain management doctors from West Palm Beach have perfected a technique of regenerative injection therapy that stimulates repair and healing of the inflamed plantar fascia. By utilizing the scientific knowledge recently learned in the research with stem cells, platelet rich plasma (PRP) and prolotherapy, this new treatment structurally strengthens the foot. The treatment halts the inflammation, recruits your stem cells and tissue repair factors to your foot and strengthens the ligament support of the foot. This takes the tension off the fascia band and resolves the pain. Within weeks the symptoms disappear and you can resume your normal daily activities, return to work and again participate in your favorite sport activity.
About Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute
Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute is a Florida destination medical facility with staff members who are fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Creole. They employ state-of-the art medical, non-narcotic procedural techniques in treating spine pain, sports and work injuries and many other painful conditions. Find out more about pain management in West Palm Beach or about the practice.