Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Sydney

Natural treatments for Plantar Fasciitis

TherapyWorks is a functional medicine clinic offering you a solid blend of evidenced based clinical therapies that collaborate effectively to provide you with the best outcomes possible.

We offer a range of different modalities to treat plantar fasciitis, including physiotherapy, chiropractic, and acupuncture.

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Over 150+ years of combined experience

50,000+ Patients

We’ve helped over 50,000 clients in 30 years


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(02) 9999 5544
Suite 3b/367 Barrenjoey Rd,
Newport NSW 2106
Practitioner Appointments 8am – 6pm

Natural Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

Welcome to Therapy Works. We are located at Suite 3b/367 Barrenjoey Rd Newport NSW 2106 (get directions in Google Maps).

Plantar fasciitis is a condition that causes pain on the bottom of the heel. More specifically, it is inflammation of the fibrous tissue (plantar fascia) that connects your heel bone to your toes, on the bottom of your foot. Inflammation here can lead to heel pain.

Plantar fasciitis (pronounced PLAN-tur fas-e-I-tis) can be experienced by up to 10% of the adult population, according to a Swiss Medical Weekly.

The information provided on this page covers Plantar fasciitis causes, symptoms and treatments.

Keep reading to learn more about plantar fasciitis, as well as how our practitioners here are at TherapyWorks may be able to help you.

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What are the Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis?

Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis

There are several key common symptoms of plantar fasciitis to look out for. They include:

  • Dull or sharp pain under the heel
  • An aching or burning foot
  • A swollen heel
  • Pain which worsens after prolonged sitting or standing, or after intense physical activity.

What are the Causes of Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis can be caused by a number of different conditions and circumstances, including:

  • Heel-stressing sporting and physical activities such as dance, aerobics and running
  • Having a flat foot
  • Weight issues
  • Wearing shoes without the proper sole or arch support
  • Having tight calf muscles
  • Pregnancy
    Being older in age

Due to there being many potential causes for plantar fasciitis, it is recommended to speak with a healthcare professional for a professional diagnosis.

How can I Treat Plantar Fasciitis Naturally?

While plantar fasciitis can cause debilitating pain, before you resort to prescription drugs or surgery, why not consider some of TherapyWork’s natural treatments for plantar fasciitis.

They just might provide the relief you need.

Acupuncture and Massage

We combine massage with acupuncture in an integrated way, in one consultation.

> Find out more about acupuncture plus massage for plantar fasciitis

Physiotherapy for Plantar Fasciitis

Ongoing physiotherapy treatments have been shown to effectively treat plantar fasciitis.

> Find out more about physiotherapy for plantar fasciitis

Chiropractor for Plantar Fasciitis

Chiropractic care can be an effective treatment for plantar fasciitis. Chiropractic for plantar fasciitis involves a very precise adjustment technique to the feet and ankles as well as spinal alignment.

There are many benefits to you in using chiropractic to address a range of musculoskeletal issues such as plantar fasciitis,  including reducing stress to the plantar fascia, promoting healing, and reducing pain.


Treatment begins with a comprehensive assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management. Followed by personalised acupuncture to address your energetic systems as well as target specific ‘Ah Shi’ (trigger) points. This multi-modal treatment is designed to address both acute and chronic conditions and bring you back to health sooner.

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Working with a professional health practitioner and knowing the main causes and key symptoms of plantar fasciitis can give you a head start in finding the right treatment options available to you. It is important to consider a multimodal approach as well, in the case that one treatment method may compliment another, to provide a better outcome.