Say goodbye to heel pain and swelling and get back to the activities you love. Ask about our innovative treatments to get you back into action fast!
You’re relatively healthy and you try to stay active and physically fit. So why is the back of your heel aching and painful?
If you’ve recently gotten back into sports or only play on the weekends, you could have aggravated or torn your Achilles tendon, which runs from the back of your heel bones to your calf muscles. Wearing high heels can also aggravate the Achilles tendon, as can having leg muscles that are too tight.
Alternatively, if you’re one of the many people who struggle with chronic Achilles tendonitis, and stretching and physical therapy have gotten you nowhere, it’s time to look into other options.
The podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in Achilles tendonitis. In fact, our doctors were the first in the Rocky Mountain region to offer groundbreaking laser and low-intensity shockwave treatments that offer long-lasting relief.
In addition to orthotics, surgery, and other traditional treatments, innovative new treatment and regenerative medicine options are now available:
Don’t live with Achilles tendonitis pain another day. Our varied, affordable treatment options can help you get back to the activities you love.
- Long-lasting relief is our goal
- We treat the underlying cause of Achilles tendonitis, not just the symptoms
- Most insurance plans accepted
- Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center