Regenerative Medicine For Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fascia or arch tendon is located at the bottom of the foot.
Plantar fascia or arch tendon is located at the bottom of the foot. It is a broad connective tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot and spreads from the heel bone to the toes at the front of the foot. Its overuse is what causes plantar fasciitis. The common symptoms of plantar fasciitis include pain upon walking; the pain decreases as the foot begins to get warm, and also stabbing heel pain which originates at the bottom of the heel. This condition is commonly identified as a heel spur although both are not entirely the same. This is because a heel spur arises at the point where the plantar fascia connects the heel bone (calcaneus) which develops as a bony growth.
We have introduced a new regenerative technique for the treatment of plantar fasciitis. We treat the stressed connective tissue with an injection amniotic regenerative cells. Our procedure regenerates damaged tissue while reducing pain. So if you are not satisfied with the results that traditional orthopedic treatments have delivered for your plantar fasciitis, contact us to learn more about how regenerative cell therapy can help.