Plantar Fasciitis

Relief of Plantar Fasciitis

When your feet hit the floor for the first few steps, does it feel like you are walking on broken glass or that your feet will burst from within with pain? Does pain in your feet keep you from doing the things you want to do? Has the pain caused you to alter your lifestyle? Are you searching for relief without surgery?

There is hope! There is relief! There is CuraLase!

Plantar fasciitis is a chronic condition of the heel and is one of the most common orthopedic complaints affecting the foot. The pain can impede normal activities, including working, shopping, or even walking. The pain is most intense with the first steps of the day.

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CuraLase has a 90% success rate in relieving pain.

Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis

  • Increased pain with first steps in the morning, after standing or sitting, or after climbing stairs
  • Pain and tenderness in the bottom of the heel
  • Dull or sharp pain or a burning sensation
  • Slowly developing pain or suddenly developing pain after intense activity
  • Stiffness or tightness of the arch in the bottom of the foot
  • Mild foot swelling or redness
  • Difficulty bending the foot so that the toes are
    brought toward the shin
  • Increased probability of knee pain, especially among runners

CuraLase Treatment

  • CuraLase has a 90% success rate in relieving pain.
  • We resolve the pain by targeting the source, not the symptoms.


Plantar fascia is the thick fibrous band of connective tissue originating on the bottom surface of the heel bone and extending along the sole, or bottom surface of the foot, toward the toes. It connects the heel bone to the toes and creates the arch of the foot.

Plantar Fasciitis with Heel Spurs

A heel spur is a pointed, bony outgrowth that forms on the heel bone. It protrudes from the bottom of the foot at the point where the plantar fascia is attached to the heel bone.

Heel spurs tend to occur in patients who have had plantar fasciitis for a prolonged period of time. About 70% of patients with plantar fasciitis have a heel spur, but many patients have a heel spur without symptoms of pain.

Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis occurs when the plantar fascia, the thick band of tissue on the bottom of the foot, is overstretched or overused. Inflammation of the tissue can be painful and make walking difficult. The cause of longstanding cases of plantar fasciitis may not be inflammation, but a chronic degeneration of the tendon resulting from an accumulation over time of microscopic tears at the cellular level.

Other risk factors for plantar fasciitis include:

  • Shoes with poor arch support or soft soles
  • Foot arch problems (both flat feet and high arches)
  • Obesity or sudden weight gain
  • Long-distance runner, especially running downhill or on uneven surfaces
  • Tight Achilles tendon (the tendon connecting the calf muscles to the heel)

What to Expect at CuraLase

Your experience at CuraLase will consist of:

  • Evaluation by our physician and medical staff
  • Treatment plan personalized based on length and severity of condition
  • Treatments administered by a nurse or certified therapist.

Patients report that medications do little to relieve the excruciating pain of plantar fasciitis. Approximately 70% found relief with CuraLase therapy. Contact us to schedule a consultation or discuss your specific condition. We will review your symptoms and give you feedback.

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