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Walk, Run, Work, and Play Again!

Little-known, cutting -edge therapy activates your body’s natural healing process.

Dr. Daniel Kassicieh

Florida’s Specialist in Joint, Back, Neck and Foot Pain

I love Dr. Kassicieh. He gave me my life back.“- Delores

Do You Suffer From Plantar Fasciitis?

An overuse injury of the soft tissue (plantar fascia) connecting the

bottom of the heel to the toes.

The heel and bottom of the foot hurt, especially when taking the first step in the morning.

Each Year, Americans Suffer from 2 Million New Cases of Plantar Fasciitis

What causes this painful, repetitive-stress, foot injury?

Active Lifestyles

High-Impact Sports

Standing and Walking-Intense Jobs

Work Injuries

  • Nurses
  • Doctors
  • Teachers
  • Construction Workers
  • Retail Sales People
  • Trade-Show Workers
  • Waiters

Sports and Leisure Injuries

  • Runners
  • Joggers
  • Walkers
  • Dancers
  • Golfers
  • Tennis Players
  • Vacationers

Chronic Plantar Fasciitis Can Ruin Your Quality of Life

1-in-10 people who suffer from plantar fasciitis will not recover with standard treatments.

They develop severely-painful, chronic plantar fasciitis.

Plantar fasciitis is considered chronic when standard treatments haven’t stopped the pain after 6 months of; limiting activity, icing, orthotics, stretching exercises, taping, etc.

Sufferers report a constant, unrelenting “burning or stabbing,” sensation in the bottom of their foot.

“The Pain was excruciating whenever I was standing.”

“I had to give up golf and walking on the beach.”

“My heel felt like it was burning. I avoided stairs.”

“I was tired and hurting all the time. It was depressing.”

“I couldn’t take my grandchildren to Disney World and Epcot because it hurt too much to walk.”

Standard Treatments for Chronic Plantar Fasciitis Foot Pain

Have Major Problems

NSAIDS — Mask the Pain but Have Side Effects

  • Anti-inflammatory medications like aspirin, ibuprofen, Naproxen, and Tramadol only mask the pain
  • They don’t promote the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, or tissues
  • They increase risks for stomach ulcers, kidney damage, heart attacks, and stroke

Cortisone – Masks Pain, but Weakens Tissues

  • Injections are super painful
  • Does not heal the damaged tissues that causes foot pain so the pain soon returns
  • Weakens tendons and ligaments and accelerates degeneration of soft tissue in the joints
  • It can only be used a few times since repeated usage causes permanent damage, worsening the problem

Surgery – Prolonged Recovery and Potential Complications

  • Not guaranteed to stop the pain— high failure rate
  • Irreversible – with potential complications leading to permanent pain and loss of mobility
  • It will not heal the damaged tissue and will leave permanent internal scars
  • Long recovery time, immobilized for weeks or months
  • Potential for costly insurance deductibles and lost income during lengthy recovery