Foot Pain Treatment

What are the Risk Factors for Foot Pain?

Foot Pain Treatment Broomfield

Around 80% of Americans experience foot pain at some point in their lives, with only around 6% of the population experiencing foot injuries, bunions, flat feet or fallen arches.

Therefore, it makes sense that foot pain most often simply results from mechanical forces through the foot that the foot can’t handle. For example, joints of the foot are stuck and jammed into poorly fitting footwear or experience bad mechanics during activities like sports or due to excess weight. This causes jamming or dysfunction of the joints in the foot.

The risk of foot pain expands to anyone that does not take care of their feet or overextends the use of their feet.

Contact Broomfield Spine + Injury to schedule a free consultation to discuss foot pain treatment with chiropractic care


What Can Cause Foot Pain?

Foot pain originates from many different sources. Plus, often it’s more than one source causing the pain. The best way to deal with foot pain is a proper diagnosis to identify and treat the root cause.

Common causes of foot pain treatable with chiropractic care:

  • Bunions
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Bursitis
  • Morton’s Neuroma
  • Heel Spur
  • Leg Length Discrepancy

Other causes of foot pain may require a referral from Dr. Manteris to a podiatrist, however he will do a full examination and offer a diagnosis and recommendations. These include:

  • Inflammatory Arthritides (Psoriatic Arthritis, Reactive Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis)
  • Stress Fractures
  • Tumors
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Gout

How is Foot Pain Diagnosed?

We start each new patient visit with a free consultation to obtain a detailed patient history. If we find your foot pain structural and can be remedied with chiropractic care, we then offer more a detailed examination & testing. This thorough exam screens for:

  • Pelvic dysfunction
  • Overpronation of the foot
  • Leg length discrepancy
  • Dysfunction of the joints in the foot

Once Dr. Manteris determines the source of the foot pain, he develops a treatment plan customized to remedy the core issue.

Pain relief is important, but we don’t simply want to mask the pain, we want to implement long term solutions for better overall health. That requires proper diagnosis.

How is Foot Pain Treated with Chiropractic Care?

We use chiropractic care, including chiropractic adjustments to correct the common causes of foot pain. We address soft tissue factors, including the plantar fascia, posterior chain fascial anatomy trains, joint dysfunction in the foot and ankle and muscle imbalance through the entire kinematic chain.

We also provide custom orthotics, IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization), therapeutic exercise, and behavior modifications to improve mobility, offer pain relief and restore function.

Chiropractic care offers proven foot pain treatment to help you improve your quality of life. Proper treatment starts with proper diagnosis. Dr. Manteris achieves both based on his experience, knowledge and dedication to quality care.

Custom Orthotics for Foot Pain Relief

Custom orthotics are specially made devices designed to support and comfort your feet. Prescription orthotics provide customization based on your specific feet. They match the contours of your feet precisely to match the way you move.

Orthotics typically cost more than shoe inserts purchased in a retail store, but the additional cost is usually well worth it. Unlike shoe inserts, orthotics fit each individual foot to ensure your orthotics do what they’re supposed to do. Prescription orthotics last many years when cared for properly. Dr. Manteris is trained to fit you for custom orthotics.

Broomfield Spine + Injury – Effective Foot Pain Relief and Treatment

We want each patient to feel seen and heard at Broomfield Spine + Injury. We don’t rush you through the process. Instead, we take the time to get to know our patients so that you receive quality treatment and service.

If you are experiencing foot pain, consider chiropractic care and custom orthotics to resolve the pain and source issue.

Contact Broomfield Spine + Injury to schedule a free consultation for foot pain treatment