Do You Suffer from Heel Pain?

We treat common foot and ankle problems, such as pain caused by fractures, sprains, stains, bunions, diabetic wounds, and peripheral neuropathy. But the MOST common problem we treat is heel pain.

Our award winning podiatrists have been providing a comprehensive range of state-of-the-art treatments to patients throughout Phoenix and Scottsdale for more than 40 years. Our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience a positive one, from the time you come in for your first appointment to your final treatment.

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Heel Pain Testing and Diagnosis

Heel pain is a common symptom that has many possible causes. Although heel pain sometimes is caused by a systemic (body-wide) illness, such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout, it usually is a local condition that affects only the foot. Proper treatment requires proper diagnosis.

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Heel Pain Treatment Options

We offer treatments for a variety of foot and ankle conditions using the latest technology. There are many different non-invasive and surgical treatments we offer.

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If you have tried injections and other therapies for heel pain, come in for a free consultation to hear about our new amniotic stem cell protocol. Bring your MRI's, x-rays, nerve conduction tests and labs in with you for your free consultation.

Custom Orthotics

Orthotics can often bring great relief for heel pain sufferers. We offer the QQQStep custom fitted orthotic. Bring this coupon when you come in and receive $25.00 off your QQQStep custom fitted orthotic.

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Do you have any of these symptoms?

  • Intense pain along the bottom of the foot during the first few steps after getting out of bed in the morning
  • Tenderness on the bottom of the heel that worsens over time
  • Pain and tenderness at the lower back of the heel, sore to the touch but not obviously swollen
  • Pain in the center of the bottom of the heel that worsens with prolonged standing
  • Pain at the back of the heel that worsens if you bend your foot up or down
  • Painful enlargement at the back of the heel, tender when wearing shoes that press on the back of the heel
  • Bruises, black and blue areas on the heel with mild swelling
  • Pain at the back of the heel where the Achilles tendon attaches to the heel, worsens when exercising
  • Pain, numbness or tingling anywhere on the heel

Find out what these symptoms mean, and what options are available!