Getting your plantar fasciitis treated in Singapore

Did you know that if your heel is prone to pain when walking, you may have a condition known as plantar fasciitis?

Maybe you already have them, and are looking for relief from the pain that they can cause. Here’s where we can help.

Plantar fasciitis results from inflammation in the plantar fascia. When too much stress is placed on the tissue, overtightening and tearing may set in, leading to pain in the heel/arch of your foot. 

Although the tissue recovers slightly overnight as you rest, it can still tear upon your first steps in the morning. 

There are a few possible causes for bunions.

  • Wearing tight, narrow shoes can cause bunions.
  • If you already have a bunion, wearing such footwear can make it worse.
  • If your foot tends to lean inward a lot, this can also cause bunions, due to increased pressure on the inside of your big toe.
  • They can also develop due to:
    • The shape of your foot.
    • A deformity.
    • A medical condition, like arthritis.

Smaller bunions can also happen on your little toe, and these are called bunionettes.

Plantar fasciitis can be resolved quickly if detected early. However, if you leave it to worsen over time, it can take a while to heal. 

If you’re worried that you might be developing plantar fasciitis, here’s a quick checklist for you to assess this possibility. 

Does you feel pain when:Does the arch of your foot/heel hurts when:
☑ Taking your first steps after getting out of bed in the morning☑ Goes away after walking for about 10-15 minutes
☑ Sitting down for prolonged periods of time☑ Is dull/sharp
☑ Standing for prolonged periods of time☑ Worsens and lasts longer over time
☑ Climbing the stairs 
☑ Standing on tip-toes 


If you’ve checked most items in the list, you may have plantar fasciitis. Before the condition escalates, you should get it properly diagnosed.

I brought it with me on an overseas hiking trip and was totally surprise I experience no pain on my heel at all.
Padmavathi
Customer recovering from Plantar Fasciitis
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☑ Wear comfortable shoes with cushioned insoles and pads
☑ Wear arch and foot supports
☑ Wear ankle braces
☑ Stretching on your feet

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Speak to our FeetCare specialists
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+65 6542 0254

Not sure wht you need

Speak to our FeetCare specialists
today for a free foot assessment.

or simply contact us to book

+65 6542 0254