Plantar Fasciitis treatmentsPlantar Fasciitis
Treatments could include:
- Physical Therapy
- Injection for plantar fasciitis (procedure)
- Physical therapy for orthopedic rehabilitation
- Plantar Fasciitis Orthotic Devices
- Exercise Therapy
- Application of lower extremity splint (procedure)
- Medication Management
- Pain Management
- Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for chronic plantar fasciitis
- Injection of Steroid
- Application of Ice Packs
- Application of Splint
- Elevation Procedure
- Strapping procedure
- Hydrotherapy with Whirlpool Bath
- Use of Orthotic Devices
- Strengthening Exercises
- Injection of Local Anesthetic and Steroid into joint
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