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Heel Pain

Heel Pain is most commonly caused by Plantar Fasciitis (also be called Heel Spur Syndrome when a spur is present.) The heel is a very common area of the foot to give pain due to being in constant use and a thorough assessment can ensure correct diagnosis, to allow appropriate treatment to be administered with the aim of resolving the pain.

Heel pain has many causes. It is generally the result of faulty biomechanics (walking gait abnormalities) that places excess stress on the heel bone and the soft tissues that attach to it. The stress may also result from injury or a bruise incurred while walking, running or jumping on hard surfaces, wearing poorly constructed footwear (such as flimsy flip-flops) or being overweight.

The most common cause of heel is due to the band of muscle that extends from the ball of the foot to the heel becoming strained at its insertion point. Usually associated with flat feet (Plantar fasciitis).

Other causes of heel pain:
Bursitis
Calcaneal spur
Fat Pad Atrophy
Stress Fracture
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Sever’s Disease

Why choose us? Here at Perfect Skin Solutions we have professional and kind therapists and doctors
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Why have your Heel Pain treated at Perfect Skin Solutions?

The comprehensive and patient-centred approach you find at our clinic is unrivalled. Our podiatrist who has years of expertise behind her, draws patients from other counties, purely because patients report that they have never had such a high level of care, attention and clinical outcome, with other practitioners. We have countless patients who walk in with pain, only to return some weeks later totally pain-free. Improving quality of life is at the heart of what we do and we do it very well!

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Heel Pain

FAQ

Resting the area and gentle hamstring and calf stretches.

There will be no invasive treatments carried out for heel pain therefore if you were able to drive prior to the appointment this will still be possible after your treatment.