The cause of plantar faciitis is commonly related to flat feet, overly-arched feet, or foot deformities. Individuals affected with this condition can have significant limitations in activities of daily living, exercise, and work-related activities. This condition can be resolved through non-surgical or surgical treatment.
- Pain on the bottom of the feet
- Pain in the arch of the foot
- Inflammation on the botton of the heel
- Pain increases while standing/sitting over long periods of time
- Pain and swelling is more prominent in the mornings
- Foot examination
- Perform x-rays of the pain-related foot.
- Steroid injection
- Oral anti-inflammatories or steroid
- Stretching and Icing
- Night splint
- Custom Orthotics
At United Foot and Ankle, our goal in helping treat heel pain is to provide pain reduction (through non-surgical or surgical treatment), improvement in fuction, and enhance health-related quality of life. We strive to help patients with the most effective treatments that minimize adverse effects. You can schedule an appointment anytime by calling (732) 979-2035 at any of our offices: East Brunswick, Keyport, Perth Amboy, and Bayonne. We hope to hear from you!