Jordan Henderson of Liverpool kept out of action with Plantar Fasciitis

Henderson, a star midfielder for Liverpool and the England national team has been dealing with chronic plantar fasciitis throughout the season. Up to this point he has missed seven plus games while suffering with chronic heel pain.

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition sometimes referred to as heel spur syndrome that affects a vast majority of the population. Luckily plantar fasciitis can be treated conservatively in most cases.  However in severe cases, sometimes surgical intervention is warranted. At Healthy Feet Podiatry we offer the most cutting edge treatment options for plantar fasciitis. The typical options such as stretching, icing and custom orthotics are essential to resolving heel pain.  If you are diagnosed with plantar fasciitis at our office, you can leave the same day with your custom orthotic due to our sleek, heat molded design that is custom made to your foot.  For people requiring more advanced treatment, Healthy Feet Podiatry offers other options such as regenerative medicine, which is unique to our practice here in Tampa Bay!

Regenerative medicine is a field of medicine that uses the body’s own cells to repair itself without use of synthetic medications.  Regenerative medicine is highly sought after by athletes because of the minimal side effects and quick recovery time.  Jordan Henderson or any other person suffering from chronic plantar fasciitis, may benefit from regenerative medicine treatments such as prolotherapy, shockwave therapy, PRP, Ozone or even cryosurgery (CryOzone).

If you would like to learn more about each of the regenerative medicine modalities check out our website below for more details: http://thetampapodiatrist.com/specialities/

Jordan, feel free to give us a call about your heel pain! We can get you in right away to get you back in the lineup sooner than later to face off against my team, Arsenal! Go Gunners!

Dr. Todd Brennan

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