Heel Pain Can Be Healed
Over 1 million people a year suffer from Plantar Fasciitis, the most common cause of heel pain. The condition is often caused by repeated trauma or overuse, and may result in micro-tears in the plantar fascia (the ligament that connects your heel bone to your toes). If your heel or bottom of your foot hurts when you stand or walk, especially first thing in the morning or after sitting for awhile, this may be you.
At Southlake Physical Medicine, we offer one of the most advanced treatments for Plantar Fasciitis - regenerative cell therapy. If you've tried other methods like steroid injections, stretching exercises, anti-inflammatory pills and orthotics with little to no success, then you need to consider regenerative cell therapy.
In clinical trials, patients with chronic Plantar Fasciitis receiving a single-dose injection experienced significant improvement in symptoms and increased function within 1 week, and continued improvement over the following 8 weeks. Patients that were treated with steroid injections had a significantly lower average magnitude of improvement, with relapse a fairly common occurrence.
Regenerative cell therapy is successful because it contains growth factors which work to initiate a tendon healing response leading to long-term results. Amniotic tissue is processed from donated human tissue according to the American Association of Tissue Banks standards.
Make an appointment now to talk with us about how regenerative cell therapy can work to heal your heel pain. Regenerative Cell Therapy healed Patricia's Plantar Fasciitis. Find out her story here: