Don’t let heel pain slow you down.

Do you have pain in your heel that’s worse when you first get out of bed in the morning?

Has your heel pain been increasing over a period of months? Does it feel like a pin is sticking into the bottom of your foot?

You could have plantar fasciitis or heel spurs.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment at Anderson Podiatry Center

Are you suffering from persistent heel pain? It could be due to a common condition called Plantar Fasciitis. At Anderson Podiatry Center, we specialize in providing effective and personalized treatment options for Plantar Fasciitis, helping you find relief and get back on your feet.

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition where a person  feels pain in the bottom and heel of one’s foot. This comes about when the tissues supporting the arch of the foot, known as the plantar fascia, becomes inflamed.  This often results in stabbing or sharp pain, especially during the first steps in the morning or after prolonged periods of rest.

Our Approach to Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

At Anderson Podiatry Center, we understand that every patient is unique, and our treatment plans are tailored to address your specific needs. Our experienced podiatrists will carefully evaluate your condition and design a comprehensive treatment approach that may include:

Conservative Treatment Options:

  • Stretching and Exercise: We will guide you through specific stretching exercises to alleviate tension and promote healing of the plantar fascia.
  • Orthotics: Custom orthotic inserts may be recommended to provide additional support and reduce pressure on the affected area.
  • Night Splints: Wearing a night splint can help stretch the plantar fascia and alleviate morning pain.
  • Footwear Recommendations: Our experts can advise you on appropriate footwear that provides proper arch support and cushioning.

Advanced Therapies:

  • Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT): This non-invasive procedure utilizes shockwave technology to stimulate healing and reduce inflammation in the plantar fascia.
  • Human Cellular Tissue Product Injections: We use placenta cell or umbilical products to repair the plantar fascia. This has a high success rate and you able to walk immediately and quickly return to normal activities. These injections can help accelerate the healing process by utilizing your body’s own growth factors.
  • Surgical Intervention (if necessary): In rare cases where conservative treatments do not provide sufficient relief, our skilled podiatrists can discuss surgical options with you. We will thoroughly explain the procedure and address any concerns you may have.

Why Choose Anderson Podiatry Center?

Expertise: Our podiatrists have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating Plantar Fasciitis. We ensure our practise keep updated with the latest advancements in foot and ankle care, thus providing our paitents with the options for the choosing the best treatment options available.
Personalized Care: We believe in a patient-centered approach, tailoring our treatment plans to your specific needs and goals. We take the time to listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have.
Comprehensive Services: At Anderson Podiatry Center, we offer a wide range of podiatric services, ensuring that all your foot and ankle needs are met under one roof.

Don’t let Plantar Fasciitis keep you from enjoying your daily activities. Contact Anderson Podiatry Center today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards finding relief from heel pain.

The specialists at Anderson Podiatry are experts in giving you relief from chronic heel pain. In fact, we were the first podiatry center in Colorado to treat plantar fasciitis using a combination of groundbreaking new Regenerative Medicine procedures and low-intensity shockwave, which work together to reduce heel pain with minimal downtime.

Try not to blame yourself  or your shoe gear for your pain. It’s a problem that we wish we knew more about in terms of the actual cause, but there’s many factors that may create the problem.

Find out how we can help reduce or get rid of your heel pain by giving us a call at

866.837.5158 (TOLL-FREE) 970.329.8707 (LOCAL).