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Foot Pain St. Augustine

Laser therapy for Plantar Fasiitis in {PJ}Pain in the feet can be due to a broad array of causes. At CHIRO & LASER Pain Relief Center of St. Augustine, we get to the source of your problem and find the resolution that will work for you. Our Class IV laser is suitable in addressing a wide variety of foot-related issues.

Shin Splints

Running without a warm-up or in worn-out shoes can leave you with shin splints. This overuse injury is common, affecting the tibia bone that is located at the front of your lower leg.

Ankle Sprains

The ligaments of the ankle can be torn or stretched from something as simple as walking on an uneven surface. The resulting sprain can be mild to severe depending on the damage done to the ligament.

Plantar Fasciitis/Fasciosis

The strong connective tissue that supports your arch and connects the heel to the toe is referred to as the plantar fascia. When inflamed, it will cause heel pain. Experienced by many, this condition affects about two million people every year, often runners.

Achilles Tendonitis

This overuse injury results in pain in the back of the leg close to the heel. Your Achilles tendon connects the heel bone to the calf muscle. As the tendon is the largest muscle in the body, you need it to walk, run or jump.

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Posterior tibial neuralgia, also known as tarsal tunnel syndrome, is a painful condition similar to carpal tunnel syndrome. Instead of occurring in the wrist, it occurs on the inside of the ankle and runs into the foot.

Diabetic Foot Ulcer

At some point in their life, 15% of diabetics will have a sore on the foot called a foot ulcer. Once an ulcer sets in, an amputation of the lower extremities is an astonishing eight times more likely.

How Our Class IV Laser Helps

The benefits of laser therapy include accelerated healing, reduced pain and diminished inflammation. Contact us today to learn more about addressing foot pain St. Augustine through this advanced solution!


Laser Therapy for Foot Pain St. Augustine, FL | (904) 460-2923