Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Chiropractic Care, Massage Therapy, and Physical Rehabilitation for Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.

Chiropractic Therapy for Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Relieve Foot Pain from Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a painful condition of the foot caused by pressure on the posterior tibial nerve that causes a burning pain and radiating pain in the arch of the foot. Chiropractic care for tarsal tunnel syndrome seeks to relieve foot pain and provide patients a higher quality of life without surgery.

Causes of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Tarsal tunnel syndrome may be caused by an injury, disease, or due to the natural shaping of the foot. Possible causes may include:

  • Having flat feet or fallen arches
  • Swelling caused by an ankle sprain
  • Diseases such as arthritis or diabetes
  • Varicose veins, ganglion cysts, swollen tendons, or bone spurs

Aligned Chiropractic and Physical Rehabilitation Treats Foot Pain & Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Our team of chiropractic physicians, massage therapists, and physical therapists work in collaboration to diagnose your injury and to construct a personalized treatment plan aimed at relieving your foot pain and giving you a fuller life. Our treatment for tarsal tunnel syndrome may include chiropractic adjustments, hot and cold therapy, stretching, bracing, massage therapy, physical rehabilitation, electro-muscular stimulation, and other therapies.

Our approach to treating foot injuries encompasses a natural, holistic approach that seeks to provide you relief from pain, a fuller range of motion, and an improved quality of life.

Our chiropractor physicians treat foot pain without medications or injections. We go beyond masking pain by seeking to heal the underlying injury with leading-edge chiropractic care and physical rehabilitation. The personalized treatment plans that we use in our practice aim to help you regain your strength and mobility while relieving your foot pain.

Contact us to learn more about healing Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome and relieving foot pain with chiropractic care. Most insurances are accepted.