There’s nothing worse than trying to walk with excruciating pain in your heels. The most common cause of plantar fasciitis is faulty foot structure. What this means is, it’s more common in people with low arches or high arches in their feet. Additionally, wearing footwear that lacks support for your feet as well as heels on hard, flat surfaces can lead to plantar fasciitis by putting strain on the plantar fascia.
If you’re experiencing pain on the bottom of your heels or in the arches of your feet, or you have worsening pain as you get up from resting, call Complete Foot Care. We will provide treatment for your heel pain, no matter how severe it may be.
Fortunately, treatment for plantar fasciitis doesn’t normally involve surgery; however, that is always an option. Based on the severity of your condition, Dr. Zomback will make his best recommendations on what treatments will be right for you. This can involve stretching exercises, orthotics and shoe modifications, injection therapy, physical therapy, a walking cast, and more.
Call us today to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve the Cheshire, New Haven, and Wallingford, CT areas.
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