Foot Pain

Have you…

Had pain for 3+ months?
Visited other providers with no resolution?
Been labeled with plantar fasciitis, heel pain or heel spur?
Tried shoe inserts, supportive footwear, or had temporary relief from steroid injections?

Let’s get you back to normal life.

  • Dr. Phipps graduated 1st in his class and is an expert at diagnosis and treatment of foot pain.
  • With over 10+ years of experience, Dr. Phipps has witnessed many labels given to foot pain and self-diagnosing your condition or relying on ineffective treatments such as shoe inserts, steroid injections, foam rolling and massage will only delay the appropriate treatment that you actually need and make your condition worse
 

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

 
  • Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation of the thick tissue band called the plantar fascia that stretches along the bottom of the foot from the heel to the toes.
  • A typical plantar fasciitis symptom is sharp pain on the bottom of the foot close the heel, happening when you step and/or stand.
  • This occurs with increased tension/stress due to the plantar fascia absorbing shock while you walk. Frequent stretching and tearing can cause inflammation in the fascia.
  • You are at risk for long-lasting heel pain if plantar fasciitis is ignored.
  • Stretching and exercises are usually not helpful if your plantar fasciitis heel pain has been ongoing for 3+ months.

Foot Pain Resolved Without Surgery – Julie

 

Brief Example of Treatment

 

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