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LP Plantar Fascia Pain

Suffering from LP plantar Fascia Pain? Get Relief at Arizona Foot in Scottsdale

Lp plantar fascia pain, also known as plantar fasciitis, is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It occurs when the plantar fascia - the thick band of tissue running across the bottom of your foot and connecting the heel bone to the toes - becomes inflamed. This inflammation can lead to stabbing pain that is often most acute first thing in the morning or after periods of rest.

At Arizona Foot, located at 7304 E Deer Valley Road Ste #100 in Scottsdale, we specialize in diagnosing and treating lp plantar fascia pain and other foot/ankle conditions. Under the experienced guidance of Dr. Kris DiNucci, DPM FACFAS, our team utilizes cutting-edge therapies to provide relief and resolve underlying issues.

What Causes LP Plantar Fascia Pain?

There are several potential causes and risk factors for developing lp plantar fascia pain, including:

  • Overuse from activities like running or hiking 
  • Being overweight or obese
  • Having high arches or flat feet
  • Wearing non-supportive footwear
  • Age - plantar fasciitis is most common between 40-60 years old

In some cases, sudden trauma like a plantar fascia tear or rupture from landing awkwardly can also trigger the condition. Identifying and treating plantar fascia tears, torn plantar fascia, and ruptured plantar fascia promptly is important.

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Our Treatment Approach for LP Plantar Fascia Pain

At Arizona Foot, we take a comprehensive approach to treating lp plantar fascia pain, torn plantar fascia, plantar fascia tears and ruptures. Dr. DiNucci will thoroughly evaluate your condition, which may involve imaging tests like x-rays or a plantar fascia rupture test to check for a partial or complete tear.  

Depending on the underlying cause and severity, treatment protocols may include:

  • Stretching exercises to relieve tension on the plantar fascia
  • Night splints to keep the foot and fascia stretched while sleeping
  • Orthotics or supportive footwear to reduce strain
  • Anti-inflammatory medication or steroid injections 
  • Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
  • Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections
  • For severe plantar fascia tears/ruptures, surgery may be recommended

Throughout your care, our focus is on relieving your pain, restoring mobility, and preventing lp plantar fascia pain and related issues from recurring.

Why Choose Arizona Foot?

When it comes to lp plantar fascia pain treatment in Scottsdale, Arizona Foot stands out for many reasons:

  • Experienced Podiatrist: Dr. DiNucci is a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon with over 15 years diagnosing and treating plantar fasciitis and related conditions.  
  • Advanced Treatment Options: We offer the latest evidence-based therapies, including shockwave, PRP, and minimally invasive surgery when needed.
  • Convenient Location: Our modern facility is centrally located off the Loop 101 at 7304 E Deer Valley Road, Suite 100 in Scottsdale.
  • Personalized Care: We take the time to understand each patient's unique condition, needs, and goals to customize an effective treatment plan.

Our Professional Team

In addition to Dr. DiNucci, our outstanding team includes:

  • Certified medical assistants
  • Physical therapists 
  • Orthotic specialists

We work together, leveraging our diverse expertise, to provide truly comprehensive foot and ankle care. Our warm, compassionate staff strives to make every patient's experience positive.

Customer Feedback

Over the years, Arizona Foot has earned a stellar reputation in the Scottsdale community and beyond. Our patients appreciate our professional, personalized approach, as evidenced by reviews like these:

Don't let lp plantar fascia pain, plantar fascia tears, ruptures or other foot issues keep you off your feet any longer. Contact Arizona Foot at 480.342.9999 today to schedule your consultation with our award-winning podiatry team.

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Customer Feedback

At Arizona Foot, we take great pride in the positive feedback we receive from our patients. Their satisfaction is our top priority. And we strive to exceed their expectations with every interaction. Here are a few testimonials from our valued patients: