Try This Shocking New Treatment for Heel Pain
If you suffer from heel pain, you know how debilitating it can be. Well, the podiatrists at KC Foot Specialists have some good news for you. We have a new therapy we’re using to reduce chronic foot pain. This new treatment can be used to treat the most common cause of heel pain - plantar fasciitis (when the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs along the bottom of the foot from the heel to the base of the toes, becomes strained and painful, making it difficult to put any weight on the heel of the foot.)
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy or ESWT applied with the Swiss Dolorclast method uses shockwave energy to relieve foot pain. By delivering shockwave energy to the affected tissue from the skin’s surface, this non-invasive treatment activates self-healing processes where the pain occurs. By targeting the affected area, blood circulation is improved which promotes cellular activity in the area. This helps the body convert a chronic, ongoing inflammation into an acute inflammation. Over time, this leads to the long-term elimination of chronic heel pain.
Conservative Approach to Foot Treatment
If you are suffering from heel pain, we have several remedies we can try. ESWT is not usually recommended as a
How ESWT Works
If you are a candidate for ESWT, you may be wondering how it works. Here’s what you can expect. A podiatrist will locate the area by pushing on the bottom of your foot until you identify the sore spot. The area is marked, contact gel is applied, and the shockwave treatment takes place. The treatment is fast, gentle and effective. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated in a multitude of clinical studies and has been approved by the FDA.
ESWT Now at a Lower Price
ESWT can be financially challenging for some patients, costing up to $1,500 a foot. But the good news is that KC Foot Specialists can now offer ESWT treatments for less. You can now get it for $500 a foot! If you suffer from foot pain, stop living with the pain and fix it.
Give us a call at (913) 338-4440 or contact us online and let one of our podiatrists take a look.