Joint, Muscle, and Foot Pain

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is simply inflammation of the tissue in your foot. It's a common misconception that plantar fasciitis only affects the heel of the foot, however, it can affect any part of the bottom of your foot, since it's the tissue between the toes and your heel that gets inflamed.

Plantar Fasciitis FAQs

Many people who have plantar fasciitis wake up with stabbing pain in the bottom of their feet during the first few steps of their day. Early morning pain and stiffness is a big indication of plantar fasciitis, but not the only sign. Pain and discomfort can also arise after long periods of standing or exercise like running, which explains why plantar fasciitis is also called “policeman’s heel.”

Spending long periods of time on your feet

Wearing ill-fitting shoes

Poor posture

Atypical Gait


Flat Feet

Age (40-60)

Certain exercises such as running, aerobics, jumping, and dance-based workouts


identifying and diagnosing plantar
fasciitis is straightforward and relatively simple. Many times, people can identify plantar fasciitis themselves. In fact, diagnosing plantar fasciitis does not require any imaging like an X-Ray or MRI. 

There are several ways to treat plantar fasciitis to alleviate heel and foot pain:

Physical therapy



Icing the affected area

Custom orthotics

Joint Pain

Joint pain refers to discomfort or inflammation that arises from any part of a joint, including the bones, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, or surrounding tissues, and can be caused by injury, arthritis, overuse, or other underlying medical conditions. We offer a range of treatment options for joint pain that can be used individually or in combination for a holistic and personalized approach to a patient’s specific needs.

Muscle Pain

Muscle pain, also known as myalgia, can be caused by muscle overuse or strain, muscle tension and spasms, injuries, or medical conditions and autoimmune diseases. We offer a variety of therapies that can be used individually or in combination, tailored to an individual's needs, to effectively treat muscle pain by addressing both the symptoms and underlying causes.

Neuropathy Treatment

Neuropathy is a condition characterized by nerve damage that leads to pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in the affected area. It can be caused by diabetes, autoimmune disorders, infections, certain medications, and vitamin deficiencies. Alone or jointly, treatments that improve circulation, reduce muscle tension, align the spinal, and stimulate specific acupressure points can alleviate pressure on affected nerves, provide pain relief, manage symptoms, and improve nerve function.

Arthritis Pain

Arthritis refers to a group of conditions characterized by inflammation and stiffness in the joints. Common types of arthritis include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis. The causes of arthritis can vary, including genetics, age, joint injury, autoimmune factors, and lifestyle factors. Relieving muscle tension, increasing joint flexibility, joint manipulation, spinal adjustments, and acupuncture can improve joint function, reduce pain and inflammation, promote blood circulation, and stimulate the body's natural healing response.

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