Yorkshire Foot Hospital

Part of the Lawrence Clinic Group

4-6 Greenside, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 8PU

Call: 0113 2900 310

Heel pain (Plantar fasciitis)

plantar_fasciitisPlantar fasciitis is a painful condition affecting the heel, caused by an overstretching of the plantar fascia that helps support the inner arch of the foot.

Foot pain is usually felt as a sharp intense pain or bruising ache on the underside of the heel and is often most intense as you step out of bed in the morning or after periods of rest.

Commonly associated with jobs that require standing and walking on hard surfaces and such sporting activities as football, golf and running.

Plantar fasciitis is primarily caused by an underlying Biomechanical fault within the foot as a result of your feet continually rolling inwards placing a mechanical strain on the heel insertion of the plantar fascia. TREATMENT may involve foot acupuncture, steroid injection or Orthotic insoles, our professional team of podiatrists would be able to help you decide on the future treatment regime needed.

  • The surgical podiatry service at The Lawrence Clinic is regulated by The Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC can be contacted by calling 03000 616161 or by writing to: CQC National Correspondence, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA

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