Fasciotomy

A fasciotomy is a medical term used to describe the cutting (completely or partially) of the fascial tissue. This type of procedure is generally performed when all other conservative treatments have failed. A fasciotomy is an in office procedure where a small incision is made near the heel, the plantar fascial band is identified and it is partially or fully severed. The aim of this treatment is to provide relief of those patients who are suffering from chronic heel pain that has not responded to orthotics, footwear modification, cortisone injections, and ultrasound or physiotherapy treatments.

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