Did you know the heel is the most prominent bone in the foot? Heel pain may range from mild to disabling, depending on the severity of the condition. Heel pain doesn’t only happen to the elderly or is caused by injury. They aren’t necessarily a sign of any serious underlying condition, but it can interfere with some of your normal activities, especially work and exercise.
Maybe you already have them, and are looking for relief from the pain that they can cause. Here’s where we can help.
Heel pains aren’t usually caused by an isolated instance of injury, such as twisting your ankle, falling, or stepping on a Lego brick.There are many possible causes for heel pains. The most common cause of heel pain included Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spur, Calcaneal Apophysitis, and Achilles tendonitis. The above reasons usually result from repetitive stress, pressure on the heel, and poorly fitting shoes. Therefore, people who are on their feet for long periods or psychically active people seem to be at increased risk of having heel pain.
At FeetCare, we provide free one-to-one consultation to understand the nature of your heel pain.
We will then recommend suitable insoles, socks, footwear for your feet. You get to try them on for as long as you like, and feel the relief in pain for yourself.
You can also help prevent heel pain by maintaining a healthy weight by warming up before participating in sports and wearing shoes or insoles that support the foot’s arch and cushion the heel. If you’re prone to Plantar Fasciitis, sometimes, the only interventions needed are a brief period of rest and new supportive insoles, shoes, or slippers. It will help to prevent the area from being injured again. Although heel pain isn’t necessarily a sign of any serious underlying condition, it can interfere with some of your everyday activities, especially work and exercise.
If you are suffering from heel pain and are looking for relief from the pain that they can cause. Here’s where we can help.
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