Morton’s neuroma is a nerve condition that is frequently described as feeling like you have a pebble in your shoe under the ball of your foot.Read More
If you are feeling severe pain in your heel area right after you get out of bed and try to stand on your foot, then you may actually have radiating problems from the arch area of your foot that is caused by plantar fasciitis.Read More
When the plantar fascia becomes damaged and stressed from overuse and just plain old walking, it can cause extreme pain in your arch and especially in your heel area.Read More
People who have poorly treated high arches and those with Achilles tendon issues are generally more susceptible to developing a Haglund’s deformity, but it can occur in anyone.Read More
When you feel a severe strain to your Achilles tendon (the large tendon that connects your heel to your calf), you should always stop what you're doing and make a careful evaluation.Read More
One of the most common causes of heel pain is a condition called plantar fasciitis.
A very large number of athletes have experienced the debilitating pain and discomfort of plantar fasciitis.Read More
The high-intensity acoustic shock waves produced by this therapy are used to treat and manage a wide variety of foot and ankle problems, especially heel pain.Read More
Cracked heels, also known as heel fissures, is often an extremely painful condition that can occur from a variety of circumstances.Read More
While the importance of regular foot inspections, proper shoes, and strength and flexibility exercises can’t be overemphasized, another excellent way to ensure the health of your feet and ankles to use orthotic inserts.Read More
Flexible flat feet remain flat upon weight bearing, and are usually painless but may lead to other issues if untreated, including hammertoes, bunions and joint problems.
One of the best ways to treat heel pain is to start doing strengthening and stretching exercises at the first sign of pain and discomfort.Read More