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Article: Heel Pain

The Severity Of The Fracture

Have you ever jumped or fallen from a step that was just a bit higher than you expected? You can feel the sting and ache reverberate painfully through your feet. …

Haglund’s Deformity

You can develop heel pain for a variety of reasons, most of which are not easily visible from the outside of the foot. When you have a pump bump, however, …

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Nervous tissue is sensitive—stimulate it in any way, and it fires a message to let you know. However, it’s also easily damaged. Pinching or pressing on a nerve traps the …

Sinus Tarsi Syndrome: Too-Loose Joints

Stiff joints are ineffective and hard to move—but super-loose joints are not necessarily better. They are unstable and inefficient for supporting weight. This is a problem when that specific joint …

Plantar Fascia Rupture

Even strong substances can snap under sufficient pressure. Cables supporting too much weight can sometimes manage for a little while; over time, however, the constant strain takes a toll. Eventually …

Shockwave Therapy

Heel pain, the most common sports injury we treat, can affect the bottom or the back of the heel. If the pain happens at the bottom of your heel bone, …