Sydney CBD Chatswood Heel Pain Treatment
Say goodbye to
heel pain today
And go back to doing the things you love!
Why should you let heel pain stop you from moving when there's an effective solution?
You don’t have to let heel pain hold you back from doing the things that you love.
If you ignore this problem, then your daily activities and efforts to stay on track will suffer.
Orthotics can relieve
heel pain only when you wear them.
But when you don’t, the pain still lingers and it’s unbearable for the time without orthotics.
I’ve often seen how heel pain restricts the movement and mobility of the feet, avoidance of things and affects social life
You don’t have to put up with it….
We are passionate about helping people with heel pain. We have set up our practice specifically to treat your foot problems and restore movement so you can be confident again.
For over 20 years of practice, we have seen over 1000 cases of
With combined techniques of medical laser and shockwave, we have been able to treat our patients and help them reach their desired results!
What To Do Now:
Book Your Assessment :
We will find out the probable cause of your heel pain, check the condition of your heel to determine the best technique for you and help you with our best practice recommendation.
Gentle Correction without Surgery:
We address the pain first before assessing the other underlying causes that contributed to the pain.
Put Your Pain In The Past:
Enjoy your life without heel discomfort, be pain-free, and restored feet functionality with a better result than surgery.
Strengthen your feet and
help the foundations of your body.
Go back to a more active lifestyle!
Frequently Asked Questions
Plantar fascia is a band of connective tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot from heel to toes. It helps to support movement and integrity of the arch of your foot.
Although plantar fasciitis and plantar fascosis (inflammation and deterioration of the plantar fascia) are known to be the typical diagnosis of plantar heel pain, there can be up to 20 other differential diagnosis including; calcaneal apophysitis (growing pain in children), Baxter’s nerve entrapment, trigger point referred pain conditions, gout and even rheumatoid arthritis. We cautiously diagnose your sudden heel pain and pain under the foot arch with thorough clinical assessment and sometimes medical imaging, to ensure we develop the most effective treatment plan to get you back doing what you love to do as fast as possible.
In fact, the above factors only play a small part in causing the condition. The primary aggravating factor of a bunion is often related to the underlying biomechanical problems in the feet and subsequent compensations which causes the body to form a bunion. Misalignment of the ankle, restricted joints in the foot, inactive foot muscles, flatfeet and foot pronation can all contribute to the development of a bunion.