There is a lot of variability in this, but at Prairie Path Foot and Ankle Clinic we find that most of our patients will be at least 80% improved within 3 visits and for us that is about 4-6 weeks. This is dependent on your diagnosis; plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, calcaneal apophysitis; as well as how long you have been in pain, your age, and your activity level. The biggest key to getting better is how much effort our patients put into their care. It's simple.... patients who follow their treatment protocol, get better faster.
- Posted on 02/27/2019Why Standing All Day Is So Bad for Your Feet
- Posted on 09/21/2018Plantar Fasciitis - Heel Pain Stretching Videos
- Posted on 01/25/2018The most advanced therapy available in Elmhurst now!
- Posted on 11/28/2018 My Child's Heel Hurts: What Should I Do?
- Posted on 11/27/2018 Heel pain doesn't have to get you down and it isn't just a part of getting older despite what some people think
- Posted on 05/06/2015 Adult Flatfoot is also referred to as PTTD, or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. Learn more about this condition by reading on.