Pearson Physical Therapy, P.C.

In addition to these treatments, we offer full-contact, custom foot orthotics, which are calibrated to flex with your weight and foot type. Using a foam casting technique, our orthotics can completely change how your feet interact with the ground. They give your feet back their missing structure and prevent future loss of structure.

Breaking the Cycle

The good news is that treatment for these conditions is usually conservative and you can avoid surgery or injections by treating the pain with physical therapy. During the evaluation, your physical therapist will determine the cause of your foot pain, treat the pain, and devise strategies to prevent or manage your foot pain. Treatment often includes stretching the inflamed tissues, modalities that decrease the pain and relax the tissues and exercises that help strengthen the surrounding muscles to better support the structures of the foot.

Custom Foot Orthotics

Each of our therapists is a certified Sole Supports Orthotic Provider. We can cast and adjust your orthotics at the clinic for your convenience. We offer a full range of orthotics to fit any age and activity level.


Each pair of orthotics can last upwards of 12 years and we offer outgrowth policies for children getting our orthotics.

Here at the clinic we see a lot of feet, and one of the most common complaints we hear is heel pain. It's sharp in the morning or after long periods of inactivity, then fades to a dull ache after some movement. If this sounds familiar, you may be experiencing an inflammatory condition, such as plantar fasciitis or achilles tendonitis.


Foot pain is frustrating and difficult to manage on your own. These conditions can come on gradually and are often caused by prolonged walking, standing, or poor footwear. inflammatory conditions like plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, etc., cause scar tissue to build up, which then causes further inflammation. The earlier you seek treatment the faster your recovery will be.

See the Casting Process

A Frustrating Condition

If you wake up in the morning with sharp pain in your heel, which fades
to a dull ache during the day, physical therapy can help!