A Progressive Spine & Joint Wellness Center

A Progressive Spine & Joint Wellness Center

What is Plantar Fasciitis and how is it commonly treated?


Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of a piece of tissue running across the bottom of your foot, which can range from some slight pain to a stabbing sensation. This band of tissue is called the plantar fascia and can be aggravated by a wide range of factors. Aspects such as shoes without proper support, not maintaining a healthy body weight, spending too much time on your feet daily, and running with improper form can all contribute to this painful feeling. 

How will we diagnose and treat your Plantar Fasciitis?

By checking for tender areas within the foot, asking the right questions, and possibly examining x-ray results, our doctors will recommend various treatment options including tailoring physical therapy to your specific area of need. Additional aspects such as proper rest, icing techniques, muscle graston, and personalized shoe orthotics can all be supplemented along with chiropractic and physical therapy care. Through a combination of multiple types of treatment, we hope to quickly diminish your pain and stave future pain away. 

What to do next?

Dealing with plantar fasciitis can be a highly unpleasant experience, but receiving proper treatment and gaining knowledge can be life-changing. If you or someone you know is experiencing foot pain set up an appointment today to schedule one of our experienced chiropractors to perform a functional examination in order to see if your personal case could benefit from chiropractic care and rehabilitation at Victory Rehab!

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Dr. Tom Campbell has become a trusted source for chiropractic care and working with athletes in Naperville IL. He attended Millikin University in Decatur, IL where he studied for his undergraduate degree in human biology. Dr. Tom went on to earn his Doctorate at Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO. While attending Millikin University Dr. Tom was a member of the men’s basketball team. His experience as a collegiate athlete aided his understanding of how the body responds to injury and how to recover as efficiently and quickly as possible. Since that time Dr. Tom has been working with athletes in the western suburbs of Chicago, from professional athletes to weekend warriors. He is certified in acupuncture as well as Cox, Diversified, Gonstead, and functional rehabilitative techniques. Dr. Tom specializes in biomechanics and sport-specific rehab as well as specific soft tissue techniques. Dr. Tom has been practicing in Naperville for over 10 years. Dr. Tom’s interests include nutrition, basketball, functional strength training, golf, tennis, cross-fit, reading, and helping people reach their full health potential.


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