Category Archives: Heel Pain

Diagnosing a Child’s Foot Pain

It’s always disturbing to a parent when a child complains of unexplained foot pain. One common condition we see at our clinic is called calcaneal apophysitis— or the more easily pronounceable Sever’s disease. While this is not a true disease for child’s foot pain, it is very uncomfortable and upsetting for a child, not to …

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Plantar Fasciitis

Heel Pain That Won’t Quit Heel pain can creep on you and then suddenly it’s a major issue. You may notice it in the morning when you first rest your weight on the floor, or after you’ve been on your feet for a long time— working or jogging, for instance. What starts out as a …

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