Heel Pain

Heel pain can arise from a number of foot conditions. There are a number of bone problems, such as heel spurs and Haglund’s Deformity, that affect the heels and can cause pain. It can  be caused by problems in the ligaments and tendons around the heel. Even nerve problems, like tarsal tunnel syndrome or plantar nerve entrapment, can cause heel pain.

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Ligament and Tendon Problems

Plantar Fascitis
Tendinitis
Chronic Ankle Sprain
Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

Bone Problems

Heel Spur
Haglund’s Deformity
Stress Fracture
Sever’s Disease

Nerve Problems

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Plantar Nerve Entrapment
Low Back Problems