How Delos Therapy Tackles Plantar Fasciitis

How Delos Therapy Tackles Plantar Fasciitis

October 23, 2014|By Eric Owens|No Comments »
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Plantar fasciitis is pain and inflammation of the thick band of tissue called the plantar fascia that runs across the bottom of the foot. Severe tightness in the plantar fascia and surrounding muscles can also lead to heel and toe pain along with discomfort on the plantar surface of the foot. Approximately one in 10 people in the United States will encounter plantar fasciitis in their lifetime.*

At Delos, we believe that repetitive motions such as running and working out cause the muscles and fascia in the foot to become hyper-contracted.  Sometimes this contracted state can even be caused by prolonged standing. When symptoms occur, the fascia has shortened and not only pulls and puts pressure on the heel and toes at the bones’ attachment points, but also prevents proper blood-flow and nerve conduction in the foot. By applying direct pressure on the plantar fascia and surrounding muscles, at various angles and in a systematic pattern, Delos therapy effectively loosens up the hyper-contracted muscle tissue.  As a result, the muscles and fascia return to their natural state, removing pressure from the heel and plantar fascia and allowing for normal anatomical and physiological function.

Various online sources claim that plantar fasciitis often goes away with six months of treatment or one year of rest, which in our opinion significantly affects activities that our clients enjoy doing or must perform in their careers.  At Delos, our unique therapy has effectively eliminated plantar fasciitis in a four-week treatment plan.  As a result, our clients can continue their normal activities much sooner, if not concurrently with treatment.  More importantly, unlike treatments that mostly involve resting the area or steroid injections to reduce inflammation and temporarily get rid of symptoms, Delos targets and removes the cause of the problem so that symptoms don’t reoccur when activity resumes or when the medication wears off.


*Rosenbaum AJ, DiPreta JA, Misener D (March 2014). “Plantar Heel Pain”. Med Clin North Am
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