Monday, June 19, 2017

Plantar Fasciitis Help with Regenerative Orthopedic Treatments

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

When you get out of bed in the morning do you ever feel a sharp stab in your heel? Do you experience a deep ache in the middle of the heel or along the arch? You might have plantar fasciitis! If you are a runner, dancer, basketball player or just physically active you might find that the stabbing heel pain and ache fades as you move and are active-but then it recurs after you sit for a while. This is the common daily experience of those with plantar fasciitis. Basically plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury that has caused inflammation of the tough, fibrous band that connects your heel bone to the base of your toes. Patients often try some combination of immobilization, stretching, oral anti-inflammatory medications and steroid injections, often with limited success. For most athletes or for those whose work activities have created the problem, these are not effective options.

After careful diagnosis, with regenerative orthopedic treatment injections of stem cells and/or platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections it is possible to quickly and effectively reduce plantar fasciitis inflammation, reduce the pain and promote tissue healing to help you return to the daily activities you want and need!

Drive the Body’s Power, Return to ‘Body Strong’

To get help for plantar fasciitis pain or learn more about Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine treatments including stem cells and platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections for plantar fasciitis, schedule a consultation with Daniel Southern, M.D. by calling 203-702-6629 or visiting, Google+,