Did you know that the average person will walk approximately 115,000 miles in their life time? That's more than four times the circumference of the earth. No wonder many people experience heel pain. In fact, plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. Plantar fasciitis is when there's pain and inflammation of the plantar fascia. Usually this pain occurs in the morning time, when you take your first step out of bed. If you experience a stabbing pain at the bottom of your foot, near your heel, then it's likely that you might have plantar fasciitis. There are many surgical and non-surgical ways to treat plantar fasciitis, however. Our clinic provides many options for patients such as anti-inflammatory medications, corticosteroids, custom orthotics, surgery and shockwave therapy. Contact us today for an appointment and we'll help you get back on your feet!