Don’t let heel pain slow you down.
Do you have pain in your heel that’s worse when you first get out of bed in the morning? Has your heel pain been increasing over a period of months? Does it feel like a pin is sticking into the bottom of your foot?
You could have plantar fasciitis or heel spurs.
Severe heel pain is a common problem, and in fact, is one of the most common problems that a foot specialist will see. Pain can occur on the back of the heel, close to where the Achilles tendon attaches to the heel, but it’s more frequently seen on the bottom of the heel. The condition on the bottom of the heel is referred to as plantar fasciitis. Pain in the heel of the foot can include insider heel pain, inner heel pain, and a sharp pain in the heel.
The specialists at Anderson Podiatry are experts in giving you relief from chronic heel pain. In fact, we were the first podiatry center in Colorado to treat plantar fasciitis using a combination of groundbreaking new Regenerative Medicine procedures and low-intensity shockwave, which work together to reduce heel pain with minimal downtime.
Our varied and affordable treatment options for plantar fasciitis include:
- Custom orthotics
- Cortisone (steroid) injections
- Regenerative Medicine
- Endoscopic surgery
- Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)
Don’t live another day with heel pain. Our doctors are ready to help you get back on your feet!
- Long-lasting relief is our goal
- We treat the underlying cause of heel pain, not just the symptoms
- Most insurance plans accepted
- Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
Try not to blame yourself or your shoe gear for your pain. It’s a problem that we wish we knew more about in terms of the actual cause, but there’s many factors that may create the problem.