Plantar Fasciitis: is commonly known as “HEAL PAIN”. Plantar Fasciitis is the inflammation of the plantar fascia, which is the fibrous tissue on the bottom of the foot connecting the heel bone to the toes. Plantar Fasciitis can and does cause severe heel and foot pain. Plantar Fasciitis is commonly associated with severe heel pain with the initiation of walking after rising form bed or a seated position. Individuals with Plantar Fasciitis classically have to walk on their toes for the first several steps to avoid pressure to the heel. Once activity has begun the pain usually is reduced.
Plantar Fasciitis can be caused by trauma, repetitive activities and also poor foot biomechanics: such as foot pronation or flat feet. Dr. Glen Batson, of Batson Chiropractic of Willowbook, successfully treats Plantar fasciitis by using Chiropractic Manual Manipulation of the foot and ankle joints, K-Laser Therapy, and Foot Levelers custom foot orthotic devices. K-Laser Therapy is a Class IV Laser therapy utilizing red and near-infrared wavelengths of light energy to induce a photochemical and therapeutic effect, Photo-biomodulation, on the tissues of the heel and plantar fascia. This therapy conservatively and naturally reduces the inflammation of the plantar fascia and osseous structures of the foot and therefore reduces the pain. Dr. Batson utilizes custom orthotic foot devices, shoe inserts, for support and proper function of the foot to reduce irritation of the plantar fascia.
Dr. Batson can be reached for consultation at his Willowbrook Illinois office. Dr. Batson treats patients of many surrounding communities: Hinsdale, Darien, Oakbrook, Downers Grove, Westchester, Westmont, Willow Springs, Burr Ridge, Lemont, and Chicagoland regions.
Dr. Batson can be reached at: 630-323-1181
DISC HERNIATION: aka: “Slipped Disc” and PAIN!!!!!
An inter-vertebral disc is the cartilaginous material between adjacent spinal vertebrae (spinal bones) and acts as a shock absorbing cushion to facilitate proper biomechanical joint function and reduce friction. The disc also acts as a spacer between adjacent vertebrae to allow the spinal nerve roots to exit the spine and supply vital nerve energy to all aspects of the body.
A disc can herniate (bulge or rupture) due to injury, repetitive stress, posture and weight gain, aging, and/or a vertebral subluxation. A vertebral subluxation is the partial dislocation of one vertebrae in relation to another causing altered biomechanical joint function which can then cause altered stress to the disc and thus disc degeneration, disc bulge, herniation, or rupture.
Disc Herniation can be associated with:
Dr. Batson is a Palmer College of Chiropractic graduate, practicing in a solo practice for over thirty one years. Dr. Batson utilizes the PALMER and PIERCE RESULTS SYSTEM of spinal analysis and treatment consisting of utilizing Examination, X-ray analysis in conjunction with Video-Fluoroscopy (motion X-Ray imaging), very specific chiropractic manipulation techniques (NO Twisting), Lordex lumbar decompression therapy, and the K-Laser therapy. Dr. Batson treats patients of Willowbrook and the surrounding communities of Darien, Burr Ridge, Downers Grove, Hinsdale, Oakbrook, Claredon Hills, Western Springs, Lemont, Westmont, and communities of the Tri-State regions.
Dr. Batson is available for consultation at: 630-323-1181.
Dr. Batson Treating Foot Pain and Dysfunction Utilizing Foot Levelers Custom Orthotic Appliances, Chiropractic Care, and K-Laser Therapy
Dr. Batson is a Palmer College of Chiropractic Graduate. In his training, Dr. Batson believes that the body is made up of body systems and various body biomechanical functions. In so saying, the biomechanics of one body part can and does affect other body parts and their specific functions and systems.
Dr. Batson believes that the foundation of our bodies starts at the foot and ankle which is a strategic weight bearing joint. The biomechanical function or dysfunction of the foot and ankle directly affects the kinetic chain of the lower extremity and ultimately the hips and lumbosacral/pelvic regions and even the spine. Any type of distortion of this biomechanical function/posture can have adverse effects to the remaining joints, spine, and torso with a cascade of symptomatic complications.
Upon examination and determination of the foot or ankle dysfunction, Dr. Batson utilizes chiropractic manual manipulation to restore function to the foot or ankle, K-Laser Therapy for reduction of pain and inflammation. Dr. Batson then utilizes Foot Levelers custom orthotic appliances for the restoration and proper support of foot/ankle function.
Foot Levelers custom orthotic appliances are custom manufactured and casted to your specific foot. Foot Levelers products supply a three arch system of foot support encompassing a medial arch support, lateral arch support and a metatarsal support for proper arching and bridging of the foot and metatarsal bones. This system provides a balanced symmetrical foundation for the foot and ankle helping to reduce pain and increase the comfort level of wearing foot orthotic appliances. By providing a balanced foot and ankle foundation the Foot Levelers orthotic supplies protection and support throughout all phases of gait.
Many times lower back, hip, and knee pain may be caused by or associated with foot/ankle dysfunction. Dr. Batson is conveniently located in Willowbrook, Il, and is available to assist you with your specific foot/ankle or spinal concerns and dysfunction.
Dr. Glen Batson, D.C.
Batson Chiropractic Clinic
Gout is in the family of Arthritic conditions and characterized by redness, swelling, tenderness, and severe pain of a joint. Gout is usually associated with the big toe, but can be found in joints throughout the body as well. Gout is caused by the over-abundance of uric acid in the blood stream causing the formation of crystals in the joints and under the skin causing inflammation and pain associated with gout.
Dr. Batson of Willowbrook Il, utilizes K-Laser Class IV Therapy to treat the pain associated with gout. K-laser utilizes wavelengths of light energy to effectively reduce the inflammation and pain associated with gout.
Dr. Batson treats patient of Willowbrook and surrounding communities such as Claredon Hills, Hinsdale, Darien, Western Springs, Burr Ridge, and Chicagoland regions.
Dr. Batson of Willowbrook Illinois Effectively Treating Plantar Fasciitis with Chiropractic Manipulation and K-Laser Therapy
Plantar Fasciitis is commonly known as “heel pain”. Plantar Fasciitis is the inflammation of the plantar fascia, which is the fibrous tissue on the bottom of the foot connecting the heel bone to the toes. Plantar Fasciitis can and does cause severe heel and foot pain. Plantar Fasciitis is commonly associated with severe heel pain with the initiation of walking after rising form bed or a seated position. Individuals with Plantar Fasciitis classically have to walk on their toes for the first several steps to avoid pressure to the heel. Once activity has begun the pain usually is reduced.
Plantar Fasciitis can be caused by trauma, repetitive activities and also poor foot biomechanics: such as foot pronation or flat feet. Plantar Fasciitis is treated by Dr. Glen Batson, of Batson Chiropractic of Willowbook, by using Chiropractic Manual Manipulation of the foot and ankle joints, K-Laser Therapy, and custom Foot Levelers foot orthotic devices.
K-Laser Therapy is a Class IV Laser therapy utilizing red and near-infrared wavelengths of light energy to induce a photochemical and therapeutic effect on the tissues of the heel and plantar fascia. This therapy conservatively and naturally reduces the inflammation of the plantar fascia and therefore reduces the pain. Dr. Batson utilizes custom orthotic foot devices, inserts, for support and proper function of the foot to reduce irritation of the plantar fascia.
Dr. Batson can be reached for consultation at his Willowbrook Illinois office and treats patients of many surrounding communities: Hinsdale, Darien, Oakbrook, Downers Grove, Westchester, Westmont, Willow Springs, Burr Ridge, Lemont, and Chicagoland regions.
Dr. Glen Batson of Batson Chiropractic Clinic Willowbrook, Il has found K-Laser Class 4 Therapy very effective in treating pain and inflammation associated with a sports related shoulder bone contusion. An MRI of the shoulder was performed to rule out a rotator cuff tear and ultimately determined the shoulder pain and dysfunction was the result of a bone contusion (bone bruise).
Five sessions of K-Laser therapy resolved the pain, inflammation, and restriction to the affected shoulder. The athlete returned to pitching and batting with no pain and full shoulder function.
K-Laser Class 4 Therapy is a natural, safe, and effective therapy for treating many sport and non-sports related injuries and associated PAIN!!!!
FOOT PAIN can come in many forms, and conditions, many of which can be quite debilitating. One such PAINFUL FOOT condition can be associated with a condition known as Morton’s Neuroma. Morton’s Neuroma begins as a sensation of persistent pain in the ball of your foot and usually pain at the base of the third and fourth toe.
Morton’s Neuroma is known as a benign tumor, but is actually a thickening and swelling/inflammation of the tissue that surrounds the digital nerves as they pass under the ligaments that connect the metatarsals (toe bones) of the forefoot. Morton’s Neuroma is most frequently associated between the third and fourth toes and is usually caused by irritation, trauma, or excessive pressure to the foot. The pain associated with Morton’s Neuroma can be a burning nerve type pain in the ball of the foot, between the base of the third and fourth toes and can radiate into the toes.
Dr. Batson of Batson Chiropractic of Willowbrook, Il effectively treats Morton’s Neuroma utilizing the K-Laser Class IV Laser Therapy. K-Laser Therapy is an effective, natural, drug less, and pain free therapy utilizing four wavelengths of light energy introduced to the specific region for the reduction of the inflammation, reduction of PAIN, and reduction of dysfunction associated with this painful condition of Morton’s Neuroma.
Dr. Batson also effectively treats many musculoskeletal conditions utilizing the combination of specific chiropractic therapy and K-laser therapy. Dr. Batson can be reached for consultation and treatment by calling his office which is conveniently located in Willowbrook Il. Dr. Batson is a Graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.
K-Laser Therapy: A DRUG FREE, SURGICAL FREE
SOLUTION TO HEALTH CARE
Dr. Batson, at Batson Chiropractic, is utilizing the K-Laser Cube 4, a state-of-the-art, Class IV therapeutic laser which delivers specific red and near-infrared wavelengths of light to induce a photochemical and therapeutic effect on tissues. Light energy passes through the skin into the cell membranes, initiating a process called Photobiostimulation. Physiological effects include increased circulation, reduction of inflammation, reduction of pain, reduction of swelling, and enhanced tissue healing. Laser Therapy has been utilized in Europe since the 1970s and received clearance by the United States Food and Drug Administration in 2005.
Therapeutic Laser Effects: During each painless treatment session, laser energy applied to the specific body region increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored and pain is relieved.
Benefits of K-Laser Class IV Laser Therapy is proven to bio-stimulate tissue repair and growth. The K-Laser accelerates the healing process by decreasing inflammation, pain, and scar tissue formation. Class IV K-Laser Therapy can provide dramatic results for the management of chronic and acute pain associated with:
K-Laser is a DRUG FREE, SURGICAL FREE SOLUTION to your health needs. K-Laser is beneficial for both Acute and Chronic conditions and is NON-ADDICTIVE with virtually no side effects. K-Laser Therapy is painless, with the patient experiencing a soothing warmth or tingling sensation to the treatment region. KLaser Therapy can be utilized in conjunction with other therapies with beneficial result and even enhancing the therapies due to the reduction of inflammation, edema, stiffness, pain, and accelerated healing time.
Interested in learning more about K-Laser Therapy? Call Dr. Batson at 630-323-1181.