Help for Heel Pain in Roselle Park and Princeton

Heel pain, especially chronic heel pain, is an enormous motivation killer. It doesn’t matter whether you work all day on your feet, spend a lot of time at a desk, or take care of matters from home; dealing with that discomfort is a major distraction from your life.

If you live in the area of Roselle Park or Princeton, however, you have a team of expert podiatrists who are committed to solving your heel pain problem. With the knowledge and treatments of Associates in Podiatry, you can find significant relief from (or altogether eliminate) heel pain in your daily routine.

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Getting to the Root of Heel Pain

Heel pain is a very common condition. More people around our area live with it day-to-day than you’d expect! But the right treatment will not be the same for everyone.

The reason for this is simple: there is more than one cause of heel pain, and more than one reason why some of those causes may be happening! A runner in Roselle Park, for example, might be overworking themselves and have heel pain caused by Achilles tendinitis. A production line worker in Princeton, on the other hand, may suffer from plantar fasciitis due to the daily stress their feet endure while standing.

The approach to treating the heel pain of each patient will be different, because the circumstances of their lives and how their heel pain came about are also different!

This is why some people may try one or two remedies for heel pain but find they don’t work that well—if at all. It’s not that the problem is impossible to treat—it’s that the method they’re trying likely isn’t the best fit for their specific situation.

Princeton and Roselle Park’s Heel Pain Experts

At Associates in Podiatry, we not only know how to properly diagnose the source of your heel pain, but we also know how to employ the best and most effective treatment plans for each case.

Some conditions may simply require some rest and icing for an effective recovery. Others might require a change in footwear, environment or activities.

Still other causes of heel pain might require more direct treatment, such as night splints, custom orthotics, or medication. We even have advanced treatments such as MLS laser therapy and extracorporeal pulse activation technology (EPAT) that stimulate the body’s own natural healing processes.

And yes, in rare cases surgery might be a consideration—but that’s only when other methods don’t or wouldn’t be effective.

Whatever the path to improvement, we will be sure to fully explain and guide you along the way, so you can move forward with treatment in full confidence.

Schedule an appointment at either of our offices by giving us a call:

  • Princeton – (609) 924-8663
  • Roselle Park – (908) 687-5757

Taking the first step is always the hardest, but we will do all we can to make each step afterward much more comfortable!

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