UFAI's State of the Art Plantar Fasciitis Treatments, Hallmark TV

Updated 10/16/2020
Dr. Bob Baravarian on "Home & Family TV" discussing plantar fasciitis discussing revolutionary treatments.

Hallmark Channel welcomes Dr. Bob Baravarian on “Home & Family TV” where he answers viewer’s questions about plantar fasciitis.

 

Dr. Baravarian discusses the causes of plantar fasciitis and conservative treatments you can do at home to avoid a chronic condition.

 

For those chronic cases, Dr. Bob offers many successful treatment options such as regenerative medicine. Surgery to cut the fascia should be a last resort.

 

The physicians at UFAI see over 3,000 plantar fasciitis patients each year, they have studied what works and what doesn’t, which explains why 80% get better without any surgery or advanced treatment.

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