Verrucae and Plantar fasciitis clinics for the resolution of all types of verrucae and treatment of painful musculoskeletal conditions. Podiatry treatments in Cardiff, South Wales, UK.
Yes . It produces a rapid increase in blood circulation to the target area and will break down fibrous scar tissue which build up overtime especially with chronic conditions. Interstitial fascia soft tissue mobilisation technique is primarily used to break up scar tissue in the soft tissue just under your skin. This involves slow motions of gentle force in a targeted area to help release tension and break up scar tissue.
Our specialist sports podiatrists have been trained to diagnose and treat soft tissue dysfunction. This enables us to efficiently locate and treat dysfunction within the targeted soft tissue. Many of our patients would feel an immediate relief of tension after the treatment.
Speak to us for foot conditions including:
The fibrous, strong scar tissue is meant to protect an area during a healing process but often ends up restricting movement and causing pain due to improper healing or when the healing process ended too soon. Over time, the scarred tissues would degenerate and become weak, tight, and inelastic, making the area prone to re-injury.
Talk to us, we're here to help with any foot problem e.g. athlete’s foot, plantar fasciitis, heel spur, fungal nail infection, plantar wart, morton’s neuroma, sesamoiditis etc. Visit our Cardiff Clinic to discuss & help in recognising and treating Foot Skin & Muscle conditions that hurts / chronic debilitating heel pain.
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