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Plantar Fasciitis

bottom of a foot with foot pain due to plantar fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

It is inflammation of the fibrous band of tissue (fascia) that connects the heel bone to the base of the toes.


What causes Plantar Fasciitis?


  • Overuse.

  • Improper shoe wear.

  • High intense activity. 

  • Tight muscles. 

  • Long periods of standing.





  • Pain and stiffness in the heel with or without swelling

  • Pain with the first step in the morning

  • Dull or stabbing pain on or near the heel

  • Pain when going from sitting to a standing position




  • Stretching regimens, rest, icing the affected foot or feet, bracing and night splints, corticosteroid injections 

  • Surgery in chronic cases



Advanced or prolonged pain:


Valley Foot and Ankle Specialty Providers physicians are equipped with the clinical and surgical skills to treat both acute and chronic recalcitrant cases. Contact our office today for an evaluation and options for treatment.


Reflexology Therapy

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Our foot doctors specialize in Plantar Fasciitis. We will offer the best treatments to help with your foot pain. Please call us to schedule an appointment at 559-436-4820 

Patient Review

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Lea Minyard

I highly recommend Dr. Oji, I was very nervous after a bad experience with another Podiatrist. First the office staff is personable and polite. Office waiting area is roomy and clean. Dr. Oji took the time to address my concerns and made feel at easy. He made the shots painless. The PA is helping me to address a problem I have with my right leg shorter than my left. This has caused a problem in how I walk. I am excited that this problem may be resolved. I am extremely happy and look forward to a long Doctor/Patient Relationship.

Best Plantar Fasciitis Stretches


Plantar Fascia Massage

Towel Toe Curls


Plantar Fascia Stretch




Achilles gastrocnemius stretch

Soleus Muscle Stretch


Toe Extentions

At Valley Foot & Ankle Specialty Providers, we offer braces and supports to help you with your Plantar Fasciitis treatments. Call us to schedule an appointment: (559) 436-4820


Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint



This lightweight, breathable, and adjustable night splint provides excellent support for sleep immobilizing. It gently stretches your foot with a perfect angle position. The night splint helps muscle recovery in your foot and reduces pain and inflammation due to Plantar Fasciitis. 


It fits most adults, male or female, and the splint may be worn on your right or left foot. This night splint is an open heel design that allows for breathability and stays cooler than closed heel splints.


Adjustable Night Splint


The adjustable night splint offers similar benefits to the one above. With the additional straps that are fully adjustable to help stretch and raise your foot. This design also provides more breathability for your toes.

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