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Fast, effective & non-invasive

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Experience the Power of Shockwave Therapy for Effective Relief from Osteopathic Pain No need to endure unnecessary suffering. Harness the remarkable potential of shockwave therapy to swiftly alleviate your Plantar Fasciitis discomfort and accelerate your path to recovery.

Escape the pain of Plantar Fasciitis: Embrace the Power of Shockwave Therapy

Plantar fasciitis is a frustrating condition characterised by acute or chronic pain originating from the plantar fascia that spans from the heel's medial calcaneal tubercle to the proximal phalanges of the toes. Don't let the pain persist any longer. Discover the remarkable relief offered by shockwave therapy. Can be administered as a standalone treatment that can effectively alleviate your discomfort or complement existing treatments you may already be undergoing.

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Effective

Studies have revealed that within a span of just four weekly sessions, shockwave therapy has been proven to reduce the average pain score from a 8.5/10 to 1.5/10.

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Non-invasive

Shockwave therapy offers a remarkable solution that doesn't involve injections or surgery, making it an excellent alternative to steroid injections.

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Fast

With treatment times ranging from a mere 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the targeted area, you'll be back to your routine in no time.

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What is Plantar Fasciitis?

When it comes to foot symptoms reported to healthcare providers, plantar fasciitis takes the lead, accounting for approximately 11-15% of cases. This prevalent condition manifests as intense heel pain, especially in the morning or following a period of rest. Interestingly, many patients report an improvement in pain levels after engaging in walking activities. The focal point of discomfort lies at the origin of the plantar fascia, precisely at the heel's medial calcaneal tubercle. For some individuals, the pain may worsen with passive dorsiflexion of the toes, particularly if they are dealing with chronic plantar fasciitis. Additionally, it is not uncommon for chronic plantar fasciitis sufferers to also experience swelling in the heel pad. Stay informed about these key aspects to gain a clearer understanding of this condition.

Tried everything else?

Heel pain affects individuals across different age groups and lifestyles. Whether you're an athlete or someone over 50 years old, it's common to seek assistance from osteopaths for plantar fasciopathy (PF). When it comes to treating PF, conservative approaches take precedence. These typically involve various methods such as rest, osteopathy, physiotherapy, stretching, exercises, shoe inserts/orthotics, night splints, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and local corticosteroid injections. 

If you have tried everything else and still suffering, it is definitely worth considering Shockwave therapy. To ensure your treatment is optimised, it's crucial to assess the effectiveness of your current approach. As a vital initial step, we strongly recommend combining shockwave therapy with strengthening exercises, load management techniques, and adjusting footwear or utilising orthotics. This comprehensive approach will enhance your chances of achieving significant relief and recovery.

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