Heel Pain 101

Have You Tried A Brace to Help With Your Heel Pain?

Foot and ankle braces are very helpful for some people in relieving foot and ankle pain. If you are having heel pain, you may want to look into this treatment option. 

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Should I Use Over-the-Counter Inserts for Heel Pain?

This is a great question and it is one podiatrists hear all the time. Patients want to know if they should buy those shoe inserts they see advertised on television and hanging on the racks at their local drugstore. They also want to know if those inserts will actually work. 

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Products Recommended For Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles tendonitis can be very painful, but there are a few products you can try that may help to relieve your pain. 

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Choosing Shoes

Shoe selection is a very important part of keeping your feet pain free. So, we have a few tips on picking out new shoes. 

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Using Stretching Aids Can Help To Relieve Heel Pain

Stretching can be very beneficial and can help to relieve pain caused by many foot and ankle problems, including plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis

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Treatment Options for Pediatric Heel Pain

Heel pain in children is common, but that doesn’t mean it should be ignored. Foot pain is never normal and should always be evaluated by a doctor and treated appropriately. 

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What Causes Heel Calluses?

A heel callus is basically just thick, dry skin that is located on the heel. However, it can cause a lot of pain if left untreated. Sometimes the skin will get so dry it will crack or split, which opens the heel up to infection. 

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Heel Cushions May Help To Relieve Heel Pain

If you suffer from heel pain, whether you have plantar fasciitis or some other condition or injury, heel cushions may help to relieve that pain.  

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A Night Splint May Help To Ease Your Heel Pain

Morning foot pain can be terrible. It can make us dread getting up in the morning and is an awful start to the day.  

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Preventing Haglunds Deformity

Haglund’s deformity can be very painful and once you have that bony protrusion at the back of your heel, it will not just go away.  

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