Heel Pain Treatment

Imagine waking up to a beautiful day – the sun is shining, the birds are singing, and you’re ready to conquer the day. You get out of bed, feeling optimistic, only to be met with a sudden, sharp pain at the bottom of your heel that takes your breath away.

This is often the unwelcome introduction to plantar fasciitis. The causes of this painful condition are diverse, ranging from tightness and tearing of the ligament to various biomechanical factors that increase the likelihood of developing plantar fasciitis.


Heel Pain Treatment

But fear not – our skilled doctors at Michigan Avenue Podiatry are here to help you navigate through this discomfort and, more importantly, prevent it from disrupting your days in the future. Whether it’s conservative treatments or minimally invasive surgical methods, our dedicated doctors can assist you in not only alleviating the pain but also ensuring you can continue your daily activities with ease.

Whether it’s walking, running, exercising, dancing, or playing, our doctors are committed to finding the right solution for you. Don’t let plantar fasciitis hinder your lifestyle – schedule an appointment with us, and let’s work together to ensure you’re back on your feet, pain-free and ready to embrace each day with comfort and vitality.

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Heel Pain

You wake up. The sun is shining. The birds are singing. You are ready for your day. You get up on the right side of the bed. Bam. You feel a sharp pain at the bottom of your heel that takes your breath away.

That is plantar fasciitis. There are many causes of plantar fasciitis, like tightness and tearing to the ligament, and some other biomechanical considerations that make you more prevalent to getting plantar fasciitis.

Our doctors at Michigan Avenue Podiatry can help you with this pain and help to prevent it from happening in the future. With conservative or minimally invasive surgical methods, our doctors can help you walk, run, exercise, dance, or play.