You have Plantar Fasciitis "Heel pain" I have a special message for you.
My name is Dr. Chase Gardner and I offer a NEW, Non-invasive, Non-medicine and Non surgical heel pain relief protocol that combines the best innovative procedures to get you back to painless function and lasting relief.
What is Plantar Fasciitis?
Plantar Fasciitis is a sharp pain that starts in the heel bone then radiates along the arch of the foot, to the sides of the heel and into the Achilles tendon.
What is really going on in my heel?
Lets make it simple, there is one major problem that's causing you to have heel pain.
Problem: The plantar fascia connects and attaches to the heel bone. Over time there is a increased thickness to that attachment into the heel bone. That thickness is created by new scar tissue that is placed down on the plantar fascia in order to reinforce the attachment into the heel and avoid tearing in the plantar fascia. The problem is that the new scar tissue placed down to reinforce the plantar fascia is disorganized and weak and will lead to pain in the heel.
Solution: The plantar fascia needs to create better organization with new scar tissue. This is created by tearing down and reorganizing scar tissue to be more uniform. In other words more uniquely parallel scar fibers in order to have better strength to support your heel during activity and without being inflamed or in pain.
Diagnosis your Plantar Fasciitis
Take quick survey to see if you are a candidate for Plantar Fasciitis Shock Wave Care
" I was able to get back to my hiking again and my brother who also suffers from Planter fasciitis pain couldn't believe I was hiking and climbing without pain so easily".
Justin B. Spring 2020
" I like to run with my kids and stroller at the park, started to have pain in heel went to Physical therapist, podiatrist and the shoe store. I found shock wave therapy from my PT and it has been great. I'm back running and Dr. C gave me tips on how to avoid heel pain again, shock wave is awesome".
Mary P. Winter 2020
" Been completing in triathlons for years and started to have pain in my heel which was plantar fasciitis pain. I went to the Dr. Chase for shock wave therapy and after the first treatment I was getting relief. After all the treatments I'm back to running full time and competing again with minimal pain in my heel"
Lee G. Summer 2021
"Like to run and hike with my kids up in the mountains. I was having really bad heel pain, Dr. C showed me cool excises that I can do to help get out of pain. Also the shock wave hurts but you can feel it deep on the heel and feel the difference after one treatment. After my 2 month follow up I'm well on my way back to hiking and running".
Bruce G. Summer 2022