Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Freehold

Receive Excellent Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis in Freehold, NJ

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Freehold NJDo you need prompt and effective treatment for plantar fasciitis? If so, turn to the specialists at New Jersey Foot and Ankle in Freehold. Our board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians are highly trained and experienced in treating injuries of the foot and ankle and can provide you with personalized and comprehensive care to ensure you are pain-free and back on your feet as soon as possible.

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the thick band of tissue (plantar fascia) that connects the heel bone to the toes and supports the arch of your foot. It is the most common cause of heel pain, and typically occurs by repeated strain of the plantar fascia, causing tiny tears that can lead to pain and swelling. This is more likely to happen to people who:

  • Roll their feet inward when they walk
  • Are overweight
  • Have high arches or flat feet
  • Walk, stand, or run for long periods of time
  • Have tight Achilles tendons or calf muscles
  • Wear shoes that don’t fit well or are worn down

At AOSMI, treatment for plantar fasciitis usually involves non-operative treatments, such as bracing, injections, ultrasound therapy medication management, and damage tissue regeneration (EPAT). We even have a state-of-the-art physical therapy center onsite to help aid in your recovery. If all of our conservative treatment methods prove unsuccessful, your doctor will sit down with you to go over the surgical options we offer as a last resort.

If you would like to learn more about the plantar fasciitis treatment options we offer for those in Freehold, NJ, contact Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute today.


Twenty-six joints make up the foot and ankle, making this one of the most interesting structures in the entire body--and also, one of the most vulnerable. Injuries and pain in the foot and joint area can be debilitating, even immobilizing. Our experts are here to help you find your footing, and identify a course of treatment that will allow you to hit the ground running.