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Non-invasive Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis in Windsor


Do you experience pain in your heels as soon as you take the first step out of bed in the morning? Does the pain become progressively worse as the day goes along? You might be suffering from plantar fasciitis. Complete Foot Care & Orthotic Centre can help treat it! When you come to our foot centre in Windsor for your plantar fasciitis, we aim to treat the immediate symptoms and determine the root cause to prevent it from recurring.

If you are experiencing any pain on the sole of your foot, don’t ignore it. The condition often starts slowly but becomes very painful eventually. Visit us to let us take a look at your feet. Our specialist has years of experience in treating various foot conditions. We will thoroughly check your feet, legs, and ankles to assess the situation. As per the degree of the pain, we will suggest therapeutic treatments, foot orthotics, or surgery in very rare cases. With orthotics and stretching, we can help our patients enjoy the active lifestyle they had before. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us.

What Is Plantar Fasciitis?


Generally speaking, plantar fasciitis is an inflammatory response in the body that can result from degenerative irritation around the insertion of the plantar fascia ligament. If you’re feeling a foot ache after waking up in the morning or standing up for a walk after sitting for too long, you may have plantar fasciitis. This condition affects the foot, heel, arch, and midfoot plantar regions. When too much stress is put on this region, inflammation occurs, which causes heel stiffness and pain. While some might associate plantar fasciitis with running, the truth is that anyone can experience it, regardless of their activity level.

One should understand that plantar fasciitis is known to worsen over time. Hence, we suggest taking steps to manage heel pain or consulting a foot specialist as soon as possible for a proper diagnosis and effective treatment.


Causes for Plantar Fasciitis

Sometimes, it is difficult to determine a single cause for plantar fasciitis. Some risk factors that increase one's chances of experiencing this condition are

  • Age: People between 40 and 60 have a higher chance of developing plantar fasciitis.

  • Activity: Certain activities, such as ballet dancing and long-distance running, can contribute to the development of plantar fasciitis.

  • Obesity: Additional weight places stress on your heels. 

  • Occupations: People with jobs that force them to stay on their feet, such as factory work, have higher chances of suffering from this condition. 

  • Genetics: Inherited foot conditions such as flat feet can put you at risk of plantar fasciitis. 

If you suspect you're suffering from plantar fasciitis, we recommend scheduling an appointment with us. We can provide you with custom orthotics.



Some common symptoms of plantar fasciitis include:

  • Heel pain

  • Pain in the foot arch 

  • Increased pain after activities such as exercising

  • Swollen heel 

  • Prolonged pain

  • Tightness in the Achilles tendon

If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above, you should visit our clinic and have our foot specialist help alleviate your pain. You can also check out our blog if you are looking for tips on taking care of your foot health.


Things You Can Do


If you suspect that the pain in your heels is due to plantar fasciitis, you can take the following measures:

  • Try to reduce inflammation by icing the area

  • Get an ultrasound done

  • Stretch the Achilles tendon and calf

  • Pay attention to the biomechanics of your foot

  • Invest in the right orthotics

To get proper care for plantar fasciitis in Windsor, visit our clinic or talk to a member of our team today.


Get in Touch


At Complete Foot Care & Orthotic Centre, we're always welcoming new clients. We have years of experience providing treatment plans for ingrown toenails, bunions, plantar fasciitis, and more in Windsor.

Please get in touch with us if you'd like to make an appointment or ask any questions.


Say Goodbye to Heel Pain

Let our foot specialist in Windsor help you deal with your plantar fasciitis so you can return to living your life.

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