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Best treatments for Plantar Fasciitis

Best treatments for heel pain, plantar fasciitis, free webinar

Best treatments for Plantar Fasciitis

Almost everyday a patient comes in with excruciating heel pain, after trying every tip found online and after spending hundreds of dollars in shoes and products that promise a solution for Plantar Fasciitis.

The Central Massachusetts Podiatry doctors recorded a webinar to guide you through what really works and when it’s time to be seen by a specialist.

The doctors and surgeons go over exercises you can do at home to help with heel pain, best shoes to wear and to avoid, the difference between over the counter orthotics and custom orthotics, when a cortisone injection is advised and the new advanced treatments such as Shockwave Therapy.

Watch this free webinar before you Google or buy anything for heel pain. If you need an appointment, call 508-757-4003. First time visits can be scheduled online. We are located in Worcester and Westborough.



Central Massachusetts Podiatry Central Massachusetts Podiatry Call 508-757-4003 or Text 508-625-7775 for an appointment in Worcester and Westborough. Same day visits might be available. New patients can book their first visit on our website.

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