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Heel Pain

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. 




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!

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