Are You Frustrated Due To Trouble Running? Are You Feeling Overwhelmed About Pain When Walking Up The Stairs?
We Want To Give You The Pain Free Life That You Deserve. For That Reason, We Make The Time To Listen To Your Concerns - Because We Care.
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A Message From Owner and Operator, Dr. Brad Conder, PT, DPT, OCS
1. Are you worried about heel pain that doesn't go away no matter how much you try?
2. Are you frustrated with other treatments that haven't worked?
3. Are you struggling to keep up with your workouts and missing out on your hobbies?
4. Are you looking for a long term solution so you can have your life back?
5. Are you tired of not being listened to and then handed pain pills to fix every problem?
Good posture and joint health begin with your feet!!
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you are in the right place!
You see, many people with heel and foot pain in Louisville suffer unnecessarily with plantar fasciitis and heel pain because they’re told…
⚠ Just “rest it” and it’ll be fine (then months later they’re still suffering…)
⚠ It’s “normal” with women and men my age to suffer with plantar fasciitis
⚠ If you take some pills everything will be fine.
⚠ Foot surgery is the only option.
The truth is:
✅ Resting it doesn’t change anything. You might get a small temporary relief, but then when you get active again you’ll still be suffering from plantar fasciitis and heel pain (I bet you’ve already experienced it!)
✅ It’s not normal to get this pain as you get older!
✅ Pain pills are addicting, dangerous, and can cause a lot of other problems with your body.
✅ Heel surgery is not the only option. It’s just the only option your surgeon can offer you.
At Focus Physical Therapy, We Help Long Time Sufferers Of Plantar Fasciitis. We Give You Freedom and Relief - Without Medications or Surgery!
It can be very confusing to decide exactly exactly what you should do if you have plantar fasciitis. You’ve likely heard a lot of options such as…
❓ A family member tells you that it's normal and "just happens" when you get older
❓ A colleague mentions going to a chiropractor
❓ The “experts” on YouTube recommend doing a certain exercise
❓ A friend suggests going to a new type of exercise class
❓ All while the doctor tells you to guzzle pain pills
At Focus Physical Therapy, we’ve created a 5 step process to get rid of your pain AND make sure it doesn’t come back again.
Most physical therapy clinics are not attentive, they’re fast paced, and your therapist doesn’t have time to actually touch where you hurt.
This is why our first step is to listen to you story.
After working with countless people with heel pain, we know that no two people are alike. Each person has a different body, a different history, and different types of pain. That is why our first step is to have an open conversation and time for you to tell your story. That way we get a deep understanding of what’s going on not just with your body, but also how it’s impacting your life.
We Find Out WHY Your Heel Pain or Plantar Fasciitis Started
The next step comes in the form of a Discovery Visit.
We understand the unease we all inevitably feel when committing to something new or unfamiliar. We want our clients to be comfortable with their decision to receive Focus care! During these Discovery Visits, we sit down with you, one-on-one, listen to your story, examine you, answer any questions you have, and we let you know what's going on and what can be done to alleviate it.
If you are still skeptical and unsure if physical therapy is right for you…that’s fine. That is why we created the Discovery Session.
Customized Program To Help You Ease Pain and Restore Your Mobility
People are usually told to stretch or given a sheet of exercises from doctors for their heel pain or plantar fasciitis. But the problem is, moving or stretching irritated muscles can only increase the pain! Without proper guidance, doing the WRONG stretches or exercises can make the situation worse. It is critical that BEFORE you start to stretch or exercise it is important to alleviate pain with movement.
Retrain Your Brain-Body Connection
Most people think that once the pain is gone, the body is healed. This is simply not true! Most people don't realize that chronic pain causes your body to develop bad compensation habits.
Examples of these"compensations" might be:
*Using you hands to push on your thighs to stand up after you've bent forward to pick something up from the ground.
*Putting more weight to one side of the body because of increased pain when standing too long.
*Using momentum to stand upright from a bed, or out of a chair, because of achiness or pain.
*Leaning forward too much because it relieves pain.
Why Does This Happen?
*Because the brain interprets certain movements as harmful when you have pain!
*Most pain exercises you see on YouTube, or learn from traditional physical therapy, only focuses on building strength or increasing mobility, they do nothing to restore the very critical brain-body connections.
*At Focus Physical Therapy, our exercise program offers much more than a "sheet of strength exercises", or some mobility stretches
We do this by giving you complete one-on-one focused attention in every single movement that applies to your goals.
This Will Allow You To:
*Restore your confidence in performing ALL movements that you were fearful of doing throughout the day
*Return to exercising with PROPER guidance so you don't have to worry about hurting yourself again
*Develop 'Brain-Body Awareness' so you are able to self-correct any improper movement during exercise
Optimize Your Quality Of Life
Our best clients are people who are motivated and committed to becoming active again, even if they sometimes feel stuck in their current situation.
If you are willing to put in some effort and open to learning about your body, and you are ready to get back to the quality of life you deserve, then Focus PT would be a great fit for you.
You can expect:
*A life where you can sit and drive without heel pain, or having to pull over every 20 minutes to stretch
*A life where you can bend forward to pick things off the floor, without having to sit down from pain
*Get back to exercising without having to worry about hurting yourself again
*Be able to play with your kids or grand kids, without having to slow down or take pain pills
*Be able to get a restful sleep and wake up with less pain and more energy
*Return to your pre-injury active lifestyle, without having to rely on pills, injections, creams, or surgery