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heel pain is not normal

Did you know there are 26 bones and 33 joints in your feet? They are doing a lot of hard work with many moving parts! It is important to take care of your feet and heels. Many people have foot or heel pain. Though it is common, heel pain is not normal! You do not have to “put up with” or “deal with” heel pain. You can take action to make your feet and heels feel better. You can work with a chiropodist to resolve foot and heel pain and deal with the root causes of the pain you feel.

There are a few likely suspects that may be the cause — or part of the cause — of your foot and heel pain. So, let’s start by talking about heel pain:

  • Heel Pain Causes: The causes of heel pain are often complex and difficult to diagnose on your own. Some possible causes include arthritis, tendonitis, or bursitis to name a few. These conditions may coexist or they may be exacerbated by other factors. If you are experiencing heel pain, contact us for help!

Those same conditions may also influence or cause other foot pain. In addition, here are some things to keep in mind about foot pain:

  • Foot Pain Causes: In addition to the conditions listed above, foot pain can be caused simply by overuse of your feet or more serious conditions. It is impossible to tell with a self-diagnosis, so come visit the Abbott Foot & Ankle Clinic to learn why your feet hurt.

Don’t wait! Contact us today so you can learn what is causing your foot and heel pain.