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The average American takes about 4,000 steps each and every day. Of course, runners and those who regularly participate in aerobic exercise take even more steps. Every step you take puts strain on your already overworked feet. Because our feet take such a beating every day, it’s no surprise that foot pain is one of the most common conditions we treat at Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab.
If you are suffering from pain in your feet, don’t reach for the pain killers. Instead, reach for the phone to schedule an appointment at Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab.
Common Types of Foot Pain
Pain in the heel is one of the most common types of foot pain. It often occurs as the result of a condition known as plantar fasciitis. This condition affects the band of connective tissue that, when in good health, conditions the muscles on the bottom of the foot. The plantar fascia also supports the arch. Patients may also experience heel pain as the result of heel spurs or calcium deposits.
Achilles Tendinitis Foot Pain
Connecting the heel bone to the lower leg, the Achilles tendon is prone to tendinitis just like any other. When it occurs, the pain can be excruciating. This type of foot pain is most common among athletes, dangers and women who wear high-heeled shoes regularly.
Having flat feet is fairly common, and it doesn’t always result in foot pain. However, many people do experience pain or discomfort as the result of arches that never properly formed.
Denver Foot Pain Treatment
Foot pan is a common problem that can affect anyone, but it is most common among the elderly and those who spend a lot of time on their feet and obese individuals. At Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab, we offer comprehensive treatment for people who are suffering from foot pain in Denver. Regardless of what may be causing your pain, we provide treatment to help you get back on your feet – literally!
We will perform a thorough examination and may conduct additional tests to determine the cause of your pain. Once we’ve reached a diagnosis, our team of medical professionals, including chiropractors, medical doctors and Denver physical therapists will work together to create a comprehensive treatment plan geared toward not only managing your symptoms but correcting the underlying problem to ensure long-term relief.
If you are suffering from foot pain in Denver, please contact Denver Physical Medicine & Rehab today by calling 303-757-7280.