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Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of pain on the bottom of the foot. The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot from the heel to the toes. Inflammation of the plantar fascia is especially common in runners and active individuals, but can also affect a wide range of individuals, causing intense pain along the bottom of the foot.
For those suffering from plantar fasciitis finding relief from the constant pain can be a struggle. Manual therapy, joint manipulation, and therapeutic exercise all have proven benefits. Orthotics may be another option for care, which can be cast in our office. If you've been experiencing Plantar fasciitis, give our office a call or click here to schedule a consult and let us help you on your way toward pain-free living!
The foot and ankle area can be subject to pain from causes other than Plantar fasciitis. Other foot pain is often a matter of control or lack of control. When an individual walks, the foot is as the mercy of the lower limb and must compensate for misalignment above it which can cause chronic pain in the foot.
If you're experiencing foot and ankle pain, give our office a call or click here to get scheduled for a consult appointment and see if our treatment will work to get you moving toward Better Function and pain-free living!
Nerve entrapment is a condition where nerves passing through confined spaces are pressed upon or adhered to other structures. The syndrome manifests with pain (usually tingling, burning, numbness) or with loss of function in the nerve.
In our office, we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of adhesion, which is a common cause of most nerve entrapment. Through complete functional movement screens, we can narrow down the exact problem and the exact tissue(s) that are causing issues. Manual therapy and therapeutic exercise have proven benefits for most nerve entrapment syndromes.
If you think you have, or are struggling with nerve entrapment call our office at 563-387-9999 or request an appointment here!
The hip is one of the most complex areas in the body. The joint itself moves through a large range of motion and is designed to handle the heavy loads we put ourselves through on a regular basis during daily living. When the hip joint is not moving the way it should it can not only cause hip pain but can also lead to pain in the low back and knee joints.
Soft tissue treatment can provide great benefits for those with hip pain by breaking down adhesion built up over many years which can increase range of motion and decrease your pain. Give us a call or click here to get a consult appointment scheduled and let us help you on your path to better living!
Neck pain and headaches are a close second to low back pain as the single most common cause of disability worldwide. Neck pain can have a wide range of causes and symptoms from localized pain to pain that radiates down the back and shoulders, or hands and fingers. Headache and migraine symptoms may vary each episode but they still cause difficulty functioning through day-to-day life.
Reducing adhesion and improving a patient's cervical mobility can have incredible benefits for a patient suffering from such a frustrating condition. If you're one who has struggled with neck pain and headaches, give us a call or click here to schedule a consult appointment and let's get you moving toward Better Function!
Much like the hip, the shoulder joint is a highly complex joint. Shoulder pain and injuries are more common than you might think – accounting for 13% of all sport injuries. Causes of shoulder pain can vary greatly but soft tissue treatment can help increase mobility, reduce pain, and improve tissue health.
If you've been experiencing shoulder pain that is affecting your daily living, call Frontline Spine and Sport to schedule a consult appointment. You can also click here to schedule a consult appointment. Let us help you on your way to Better Function and pain-free living!
Low back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide. Upwards of 50% of Americans will report having had back pain at some point during the next year. Whether the pain is dull and achy, or sharp and shooting, when present it affects your daily life.
If you have chronic back pain or even a back injury, give us a call or click here to schedule a consult appointment and let's see if soft tissue treatment could get you moving toward Better Function and pain free living.