- Diagnosed with Plantar Fasciitis, caused by an injury to her foot, as per her podiatrist
- Patient had no known injury to her foot
- Tried insoles, ice, a boot and cortisone shots without relief
- At final doctor’s appointment, was told that the next step would involve more invasive surgery and the condition might never go away
“When listening to Holly tell her story on her first visit, she seemed confused by her pain. She was caught in a process where she had been chasing her symptoms, leading her to try a wide variety of treatments, ranging from night casting to steroid injections. All of these attempts provided temporary relief, but came up short in providing the long-term solution that she was looking for.