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One of the most common complaints we see at Vancouver Orthotics is Plantar Fasciitis. Do you wake up with tighness and pain in either your heel or your foot arch? Do these symptoms affect you as the day passes or moving from a seated position to standing? Do you feel a sharp or shearing pain on the bottom on your foot, arch or heel? You may be experiencing one of the most common symptoms we see at our office in Vancouver, Plantar Fasciitis. We can help. Read the information below and schedule your consult with Dr. Michael Horowitz of Vancouver Orthotics.

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Dr. Michael Horowitz Offers a Unique 5-step Process for Treating your Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis Pain in Vancouver. Try using Vancouver Orthotics for Better Balance, Stability & Shock-Absorption. Improved Posture and  Alignment are an Added Bonus!

 






Plantar Fasciitis Pain, Vancouver Orthotics, Dr. Michael HorowitzPlantar Fasciitis 
can be a chronic and painful inflammatory condition caused by excessive strain to the "plantar fascia" (bottom fibrous tissue of the foot). Pain may be felt in the heel or the arch of the foot. The patient will typically experience pain first thing in the morning and throughout the day, or the patient may experience pain at night, after a full day of standing.

 

The cause of plantar fasciitis can develop from trauma to the foot, chronic repetitive strain associated with a flat, or overly pronated foot. Pain is usually felt on the underside of the heel, inside more often than outside of the arch, and is often most intense with the first steps of the day. It is commonly associated with long periods of weight bearing (standing). 



Plantar Fasciitis Pain, Vancouver Orthotics, 604-737-3668Dr. Michael Horowitz (DC) here, your friendly neighborhood Vancouver Orthotics Practitioner. Thank you for watching today's Vancouver Orthotics Blog post. We like to share with our Vancouver and online community a variety of health & wellness topics ranging from;

 

Shock-Absorption is key to what we promote to our Vancouver community. When you combine (1) Great Footwear with (2) Moderate Activity & (3) Regular Biomechanical Foot Check-Ups…...you are working towards “Perfect Posture” & Preventing small Aches & Pains from becoming Big Ones!

 

Movement of your Body & of Alignment your Feet through our lives is one of the most important things we can recommend to our patients. We want you to be in Tip Top Form, Prevent Injury, Improve your Posture and FEEL GREAT!!

 

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Vancouver Orthotics are provided by Dr. Michael Horowitz. Located in Vancouver, BC, Canada in the Hycroft Medical Building. We offer the community information, education and treatment options for foot related problems, such as flat feet, foot pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, ball of foot pain, metatarsalgia, mortons neurmoa, arch pain, ankle pain, ankle sprains, achilles tendonitis, shin splints, knee pain, hip and back pain in Vancouver.

 

 

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