PLANTAR FASCIITIS

the most common cause of heel pain

PLANTAR FASCIITIS

the most common cause of heel pain

PLANTARFASCIITIS

the most common cause of heel pain

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

  • Pain in the heel(s).
  • Worse in the morning with the first few steps or end of the day after a rest period.

  • “Getting out of bed in the morning is the worst”
  • “Sharp pain under my heel”
  • “Hurts to walk in the morning”
  • “My feet are killing me by the end of the day”
 

  • Heel Pain Syndrome
  • Fat Pad Irritation
  • Heel Spurs
  • Calcaneal Fracture
  • Severs Disease (in children)
 

          • Stretching
          • Strengthening
          • Cold Therapy
          • Self-massage
          • Anti-inflammatory cream
          • Supportive Footwear
          • Healthy Body Weight
          • Exercise

    If caught early, symptoms can be significantly reduced in the first month. If left untreated, it can take up to one year for symptom relief. Pain can become chronic.

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

  • Pain in the heel(s).
  • Worse in the morning with the first few steps or end of the day after a rest period.

  • “Getting out of bed in the morning is the worst”
  • “Sharp pain under my heel”
  • “Hurts to walk in the morning”
  • “My feet are killing me by the end of the day”
 

  • Heel Pain Syndrome
  • Fat Pad Irritation
  • Heel Spurs
  • Calcaneal Fracture
  • Severs Disease (in children)
 

  • Stretching
  • Strengthening
  • Cold Therapy
  • Self-massage
  • Anti-inflammatory cream
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Exercise

    If caught early, symptoms can be significantly reduced in the first month. If left untreated, it can take up to one year for symptom relief. Pain can become chronic.

  • Pain in the heel(s).
  • Worse in the morning with the first few steps or end of the day after a rest period.
 

  • “Getting out of bed in the morning is the worst”
  • “Sharp pain under my heel”
  • “Hurts to walk in the morning”
  • “My feet are killing me by the end of the day”
 

  • Heel Pain Syndrome
  • Fat Pad Irritation
  • Heel Spurs
  • Calcaneal Fracture
  • Severs Disease (in children)
 

  • Stretching
  • Strengthening
  • Cold Therapy
  • Self-massage
  • Anti-inflammatory cream
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Exercise

If caught early, symptoms can be significantly reduced in the first month. If left untreated, it can take up to one year for symptom relief. Pain can become chronic.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.