Plantar Fasciitis Pain Melbourne look no further!
MyoActive myotherapists are trained to assess, treat and manage Plantar fasciitis and will put together an individualised strengthen and rehabilitation treatment plan to help alleviate pain and restore normal function and movement.
Plantar fasciitis is an injury which Myotherapists treat often, plantar fasciitisis is the most common sources of heel pain.
The plantar fascia is a thick, weblike ligament that connects your heel to the front of your foot. It acts as a shock absorber and supports the arch of your foot, helping you walk. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common orthopedic complaints.
Myotherapists can certainly help you with your Plantar fasciitis pain. If you are suffering from discomfort then the issue should not be ignored and that MyoActive will be able to provide a resolution to your problem.
Causes of Plantar Fasciitis:
- Weak arches
- Poor Biomechanics
- Incorrect Footwear
- Running sports
- High impact landing
- Flat feet
As Myotherapist we will listen to your body, the most important thing is to figure out why they keep occuring and develop a plan of attack to prevent them from coming back.
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MyoActive myotherapists will provide strength and conditioning exercises to strengthen the individual's arches. MyoActive will also supply a lacrosse ball during your initial myotherapy consultation to further provide relief and assist in strengthening the foot.
MyoActive has a team of podiatrists we work alongside with and can refer on if needed and guide you on what footwear is best suited to you!
MyoActive will further assess your biomechanics, this will be done by watching you walk, run and do calf raises during your appointment.
Our goal is to make sure all our patients that walk through the door become pain free and have a reduction in their level of pain on every appointment.
MyoActive myotherapists may use some of the following treatment methods during your initial consultation:
- Soft and Deep Tissue Massage
- Functional Cupping
- Dry Needling
- Stretching & Strengthening Program
- TENS machine
- Ice Therapies work best for Plantar fasciitis
- Postural and Corrective Exercises
- Lacrosse Ball given with exercise sheets to patient