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Healing Heel Pain

Heel Pain is most often caused by Plantar Fasciitis, a condition that is also referred to as a heel spur. This is an inflammation of the band of tissue (plantar fascia) that extends from your heel to your toes. Our heels take on a great deal of pressure while we walk or stand throughout the day and as we age it becomes more prevalent.

What are the common symptoms?

What are the causes?

How are they treated or healed?

New York Foot Experts has three locations in New York City; 7th Avenue (Mid-Town), Broadway (Financial District – Wall Street), 125th Street (Upper West Side – Harlem). Call us at 212-385-0801 and make an appointment to see Daniel Drapacz, DPM, our specialist, and let him diagnose your heel pain today. Pain is our body’s way of telling us that something is wrong and ignoring it can only ensure one thing, the potential for more problems!

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