Throbbing, aching, or burning pain in and around your heel are warning signs of chronic conditions such as plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, and stress fractures, to name a few. Before your heel pain gets any worse, schedule an evaluation with top-rated podiatrists Juliana Paternina, DPM, or Caroline Frugé, DPM, at Foot & Ankle Premier Specialists. With locations in Hoboken and Bloomfield, New Jersey, you have an office nearby to receive the heel pain treatment you need. Learn more by booking an evaluation either online or over the phone today.
Your heel bone is the largest bone in your foot and because it’s surrounded by tendons, muscles, ligaments, and cartilage, among other components, pain can stem from a number of issues. If you’re experiencing occasional or even daily episodes of heel pain, it could be related to:
You may also be experiencing heel pain because of a sports injury. For instance, if you sprained your ankle, pain can radiate down into your heel bone area.
The highly skilled team of podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Premier Specialists specialize in innovative heel pain care, so you can expect fast and effective relief. They encourage you to come in for an evaluation if your heel pain is:
Because your podiatrist can perform in-office X-ray or ultrasound imaging at Foot & Ankle Premier Specialists, you can often get your diagnosis immediately, so you can learn about treatment options.
The expert podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Premier Specialists personalize your heel-pain treatment plan to your specific condition, as well as your lifestyle. Treating heel pain often involves a combination of the following therapies:
Surgery for heel pain is reserved for cases where your underlying condition isn’t improving with conservative treatments, or for when you have a complex diagnosis.
No matter which type of treatment is right for you, rest assured, the team at Foot & Ankle Premier Specialists can help you get relief from agonizing heel pain.
Book your heel pain evaluation at Foot & Ankle Premier Specialists directly through the website. You can also call any office directly to schedule a visit.