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Expert Plantar Fasciitis Treatment for Heel Pain Relief

Jeff Law Physiotherapy team deeply understands the discomfort and disruption caused by plantar fasciitis. Our expert physiotherapist team is committed to providing effective, personalized plantar fasciitis treatment plans to alleviate heel pain and restore mobility.

Our physiotherapy clinic is located in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. We specialize in offering bespoke treatment plans for those suffering from plantar fasciitis. Our clinic is equipped with the latest in physiotherapy technology, providing a contemporary and efficient approach to treatment.

Tailored 1-on-1 Physiotherapy Programs

We provide individualized exercise programs specifically for healing plantar fasciitis. Understanding that each case varies, our programs are designed to address your unique symptoms and causes. Whether your condition arises from athletic strain, occupational stress, or lifestyle factors, our targeted exercises aim to alleviate heel pain and strengthen the foot's support structure, ensuring effective, efficient recovery and long-term relief from plantar fasciitis.

Expertise Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Our team of physiotherapists is highly proficient in the latest methods for plantar fasciitis management. We are trained in advanced physiotherapy techniques, including manual therapy, dry needling, exercise therapy, and electro-physical modalities, providing essential expertise for effective treatment. Our specialized knowledge focuses on the specifics of plantar fasciitis, ensuring comprehensive and advanced care tailored to each patient's needs.

Opening hours

By appointment only

Monday - Sunday

8AM - 9PM

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What are the Common Causes of Plantar Fasciitis?

  • Lack of tissue strength: The plantar fascia plays a crucial role in supporting the arch of the foot and absorbing shock during walking and running. When the tissues of the plantar fascia are weak or unable to handle excessive stress, it can lead to strain and micro-tears, resulting in inflammation and pain.

  • Too Much Pressure on Feet: Frequently engaging in high-impact activities like running, dancing, or sports that put a lot of strain on your feet can lead to plantar fasciitis, especially if you're not wearing supportive shoes.

  • Wearing the Wrong Shoes: Shoes that don't fit right or don't give enough support can be a big reason for plantar fasciitis. This is especially true for shoes with thin soles or poor arch support.

  • Occupational Strain: Jobs where you stand most of the day, like teaching, factory work, or in stores, can increase your chances of having plantar fasciitis.

  • Age Factor: People between 40 and 60 years old often get more plantar fasciitis, as the tissue in the foot can become less stretchy and cushiony with age.

  • Weight and Exercise Habits: If you're overweight, it puts more pressure on your feet. Also, suddenly starting to exercise a lot more than usual can trigger plantar fasciitis.

  • Other Health Conditions: If you have certain health problems like arthritis or lupus that make your joints and tissues swell, you might be more likely to get plantar fasciitis.

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Common Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis

  • Intense Heel Pain: The main sign of plantar fasciitis is a sharp, intense pain near your heel, often felt most when you take your first steps after waking up or resting.

  • Pain After Rest: Many people with plantar fasciitis feel more pain after they've been sitting or lying down for a while.

  • Sensitivity in the Foot Arch: The arch of your foot might feel sore when touched, a sign of swelling or strain.

  • Pain Patterns: While the heel pain may ease as you start moving, it can come back or get worse if you're on your feet a lot.

Why Choose Jeff Law Physiotherapy to Heal Your Plantar Fasciitis?

  • One-on-One Physiotherapy: We provide personalized, one-on-one plantar fasciitis treatment sessions, ensuring focused and tailored care for each individual.

  • Specialization in Rehabilitation Therapy: Leveraging Jeff's extensive experience in sports performance and rehabilitation therapy, we offer specialized care for athletes and active individuals, understanding the unique demands placed on their bodies.

  • Expertise with Active Lifestyles: Jeff Law's experience in military clinics has honed his skills in treating highly active individuals, making him adept at addressing the rigorous demands and specific needs related to plantar fasciitis therapies.


Our Comprehensive Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Approach

  • Personalized Strengthening and Manual Therapy: Tailored strengthening exercises for plantar fasciitis patients and manual therapies to alleviate heel pain and improve flexibility.

  • Advanced Therapies: Utilizing techniques like dry needling and shockwave therapy for effective pain relief and healing.

  • Education and Lifestyle Advice: Provide valuable knowledge about plantar fasciitis and guide lifestyle adjustments to manage and prevent pain.

  • Orthotics and Supportive Footwear: Recommending and advising on footwear and orthotics to support the arch and alleviate stress on the plantar fascia.

  • Holistic Treatment Plans: Combining physical therapy with lifestyle and exercise advice for a holistic approach to treating plantar fasciitis.

Success Stories:
What Our Clients Say About Their Recovery Journey

“Highly recommended. Jeff is a detail-minded and thorough professional who will stop at nothing to treat any injury. I went to him for a sports injury and I managed to make a full recovery in under three months under his guidance, treatment and rehabilitation exercise program.”

Clifton Chiu

“Very professional physiotherapist. I couldn't walk up the mountain due to foot pain for several months. During the treatment, I learned to do exercises and take care of the injury myself. Now I don't feel any pain when walking up the mountain. Thanks to Jeff for your careful guidance.”

Lo Wai Yuk

“Jeff is a professional and patient physiotherapist, I had a great treatment and my plantar fasciitis is getting healed.”

Keith Chan

“Excellent experience. Jeff is a professional physiotherapist. I have a great treatment and my injury recovery better.”

Ellen Tsang

“I went to see Jeff after injuring my ankle playing sport. After following his advice, he got me back performing at my best. Highly recommended.”

Jeff Yee

FAQ About Plantar Fasciitis

What is plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition involving inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot. It typically causes heel pain and is often most severe with the first steps after waking up or after long periods of rest.

What are the best treatments for plantar fasciitis?

Effective plantar fasciitis treatment typically includes a combination of therapies such as customized strengthening exercises, manual therapy, appropriate footwear, and sometimes advanced treatments like dry needling or shockwave therapy. The specific treatment plan depends on the individual's condition and needs.

Can you suggest some plantar fasciitis stretching exercises?

Stretching exercises for plantar fasciitis often focus on the achilles tendon and plantar fascia. These may include calf stretches against a wall, towel stretches (pulling the foot towards you with a towel), and rolling a ball or frozen water bottle under the foot. These exercises help alleviate pain and improve flexibility in the short term.

How long does it typically take for plantar fasciitis to heal?

The healing time for plantar fasciitis varies depending on the severity of the condition and how consistently the treatment plan is followed. Generally, it can take 6-12 weeks for complete healing. Consistent treatment and lifestyle adjustments play a crucial role in recovery speed.

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