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What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Do you experience a sharp stabbing pain in your heels which is worse first thing in the morning? This is one of the most common symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis. It is a condition in which plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot, becomes inflamed. Activities such as running, weight gain or unsuitable footwear can causes small tears in the fascia tissue. Overnight, this begins to heal and settle, however getting out of bed in the morning stretches the tissue, causing the tears to reopen, resulting in heel pain.
At Carol Anns Head to Toe Wellbeing, I offer treatments for Plantar Fasciitis, to help get you back on your feet. To arrange an appointment, contact my clinic in Middleton today. I welcome clients from across Manchester.
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Pain relief treatment for inflamed heel tissue

Plantar Fasciitis is a common condition among people who spend a lot of time on their feet, people who have recently taken up a new sport or have put on weight eg. pregnant women.

Most individuals tend to ignore the pain, however this can lead to chronic heel pain. At Carol Anns Head to Toe Wellbeing, I use a range of methods to help relax your heel tissue and relieve the pain. I take a holistic approach and will analyse your gait and posture to help reduce the pressure on your heels.

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My treatment for Plantar Fasciitis includes:

Heel and foot relaxation aid

Expert advice on footwear and changes to your work-out routine

Gait and posture improvement

Simple home exercises

Alternative and holistic pain management

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Plantar Fasciitis treatment in Manchester

If you have stabbing heel pain, don't ignore it,
call Carol Anns Head to Toe Wellbeing in Middleton on
07715 920 000

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