Heel Pain

Heel pain is one of the most common forms of foot pain and may be caused by wearing shoes that do not fit properly, injury, or conditions such as achilles tendonitis, heel bursitis and plantar fascitis. This pain is often most severe in the morning or after prolonged activity. Patients may also experience swelling, redness and heat. In serious cases, if heel pain goes untreated, bone spurs may develop causing more severe pain.

At Comprehensive Medical Care, we will provide you with a thorough physical examination and evaluation by one of our many excellent medical professionals on staff. Treatment can include conservative care with physical therapy and/or different types of injections depending on the condition. Physical Therapy has been proven to be just as effective, if not more than surgery alone, depending on the severity of the condition.

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