Plantar Fasciitis Specialist

Town Center Foot & Ankle

Podiatry located in Kingwood, TX

Lingering foot pain from plantar fasciitis isn’t anything you have to learn to live with. The skilled podiatry team at Town Center Foot & Ankle offer advanced diagnostic and physical therapy services right in their Kingwood, Texas, clinic. If you’re ready to put plantar fasciitis pain behind you, call your closest clinic location or request an evaluation online today.

Plantar Fasciitis Q & A

Are there symptoms of plantar fasciitis?

Yes. Plantar fasciitis, one of the most common causes of heel pain, leads to chronic inflammation of the connective tissues that link your heel bone and toes together. One of the most common symptoms of plantar fasciitis is stabbing foot pain first thing after you wake up.

You may also find that you have agonizing foot pain after you’ve been sitting for long periods. What’s particularly unique about plantar fasciitis pain is that if you exercise, your pain is likely going to be worse afterward, rather than during your activity.  

What causes plantar fasciitis?

Chronic plantar fasciitis pain can stem from a variety of issues, although an exact cause isn’t always obvious. You can develop plantar fasciitis over time as a natural part of aging — it’s most common between the ages of 40-60. Plantar fasciitis can also occur because of:

  • Being overweight or obese
  • Working on your feet regularly
  • Having flat feet or high arches


You’re more prone to plantar fasciitis if you regularly participate in activities that involve putting a lot of stress on your heel and surrounding connective tissues. Dancing, long-distance running, and jumping activities, like basketball, can all increase your chances of having plantar fasciitis.

Is there treatment for plantar fasciitis?

Absolutely! The dedicated team at Town Center Foot & Ankle work hard to evaluate your foot pain and better understand what’s causing it. After ruling out other conditions and confirming a plantar fasciitis diagnosis, they work with you to find solutions that fit your needs, as well as your lifestyle. Your plantar fasciitis care plan can include:

  • Custom orthotics created by their laser scanner
  • CAM walkers
  • Cortisone injections
  • Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT)
  • In-office physical therapy


While surgery for plantar fasciitis is rare, it might be a last resort if more conservative measures aren’t helping you, or if your condition is getting worse. Plantar fasciitis surgery involves releasing your plantar fascia connective tissues from your heel bone, so you won’t have to deal with inflammation any longer.

You can start walking pain-free once you begin your plantar fasciitis treatment at Town Center Foot & Ankle. Request your evaluation either over the phone or online.