TIMMINS, ON, March 12, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- A common complaint among patients is heel pain, which is often worse upon waking up. Also known as plantar fasciitis, heel pain is an inflammation of the connective tissue (plantar fascia) that stretches from the base of the toes, across the arch of the foot to the point where it inserts into the heel bone. To help patients find relief, Rainville Health offers improved heel pain treatment for Timmins residents.
As a team, chiropodists in Timmins, ON, Dr. Patrick Rainville and Dr. Tina Rainville, work together to provide the best care for their patients. With an array of treatment plans available today, it is important for patients to visit Rainville Health as soon as their heel pain begins so that proper heel pain treatment can be created. Each patient will receive an individualistic treatment plan to help treat his or her specific needs. At Rainville Health, patients might be recommended cryosurgery or shockwave therapy for heel pain treatment in Timmins.
"By visiting our office, we can provide an accurate diagnosis for our patients so that they can find relief from their pain. We offer up-to-date treatment options so that our patients can complete their daily activities without the interruption of heel pain. We encourage all of our patients to contact our office for further care," said Dr. Patrick Rainville, a Timmins, ON chiropodist.
At initial consultation, we will recommend conservative treatments. However, if conservative treatments fail to eliminate your pain, we will offer other modalities. One option in Timmins for heel pain treatment at Rainville Health is cryosurgery. This treatment option is a minimally invasive procedure performed in one appointment. Cryosurgery is available in our office to help alleviate nerve problems and pain associated with the foot.
Another option is Shockwave Therapy, which is also a non-invasive surgical procedure that directs strong sound waves to the affected area. These sound waves penetrate the heel to stimulate a healing response by the body in the affected non-healing issue. As a result, patients will find relief from their heel pain. With the availability of these heel pain treatments in Timmins, Dr. Patrick Rainville and Dr. Tina Rainville will work with each of their patients to provide the best treatment options.
For more information in Timmins on heel pain treatment, patients can contact Rainville Health, or visit their interactive website at http://www.completefootcareca.com
. Timmons, ON chiropodists, Dr. Patrick Rainville and Dr. Tina Rainville, are available to work with their patients to determine the best treatment option for relieving pain.
About Rainville Health: Dr. Patrick Rainville is the owner and CEO of Rainville Health. He graduated from the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences in 1997 as a Chiropodist and is an active member of the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine. After graduation, Dr. Rainville opened Complete Foot Care and has been a go-to chiropodist in Timmins ever since. Working alongside Dr. Rainville is owner, co-founder and vice president of operations, Dr. Tina Rainville. Dr. Tina Rainville also graduated from the Chiropody program at The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences in 1997. In 1998 she joined Patrick to practice in Timmins a Complete Foot Care.
Dr. Patrick Rainville
70 Algonquin Blvd. West.
Timmins, ON P4N 2R3
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