Plantar Fasciitis Diagnosis
Plantar Fasciitis Treatments
The Center for Morton’s Neuroma believe that we are the only center that offers such a wide range of non-surgical treatments to treat Plantar Fasciitis. Our philosophy is to treat your Plantar Fasciitis with the most appropriate non-surgical treatment for you.
Plantar Fasciitis Treatments
Our aim is to get you back on track as fast as possible. So, we dedicate ourselves to treat your Plantar Fasciitis with the most appropriate non-surgical treatment. We believe that we are the only center that offers such a wide range of conservative and non-surgical Plantar Fasciitis treatments. However we will recommend surgery only if all non-surgical approaches have been exhausted or are inappropriate.
One of the most important issues with Plantar Fasciitis treatment is to exclude Baxter’s Entrapment. It can appear just like Plantar Fasciitis. In fact, it can be clinically impossible to tell them apart. Ultrasound guided diagnostic injection or MRI is the only way to tell them apart. Besides, the treatment of Baxter’s Entrapment is completely different from the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis. Baxter’s Entrapment should be treated by an ultrasound guided ablation procedure.
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A Message from our Medical Director:
We are committed to listening to you, our patients, evaluating and diagnosing their pain, as well as assessing your function and all aspects of your life affected by pain. We work closely you, as well as your physicians and allied health care providers to develop a complete, multi-disciplinary treatment plan that will quickly improve your quality of life and help you return to the person they used to be.
We specialize in the non-surgical treatment of Plantar Fasciitis.
The good news is that with the correct conservative treatment, the vast majority cases of plantar fasciitis resolve within a few months.
The bad news is that, the longer you delay treatment, the less likely you will improve from conservative treatment.
Tailored Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Unique to Your Medical History.
If you play a sport or spend a great deal of your work time on your feet, more aggressive treatment may be necessary to facilitate pain relief. Your other medical diagnoses, such as diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis, should also be taken into account when formulating a treatment plan.
When you meet with your physicians at the Center for Morton’s Neuroma, it is important to tell them about any diagnostic tests you have had or treatments you have tried. For instance, if you have changed your shoes or visited a physical therapist, it is important to let the practitioner know that information. In this way, our physician will be able to recommend the appropriate treatment for you.
We will develop a complete treatment plan to best treat your Plantar Fasciitis. We’ll select from an appropriate combination of state-of-the-art techniques, medications, physical therapy and if necessary, as a very last resort, surgery to achieve success.
We are the only center (that we know of) to provide such a wide spectrum of treatments for Plantar Fasciitis. This allows us to tailor your treatment so that it is just right for you. We carefully consider all your previous treatments, your specific needs as well as all the options open to us to create an individual treatment plan that is best for you.
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