Arch Pain & Plantar Fasciosis

Arch Pain & Plantar Fasciosis


Arch Pain or Plantar Fasciosis are inflammatory types of pain felt in and/or around the arch, which may affect one or both feet.

The pain is often burning, throbbing or stabbing in nature and may extend into the heel of the foot and seem to occur without a definite cause.

It is often worst after first rising from bed in the morning or after a period of rest and improves once walking around for a while, however it can return after having been on feet for a long period.

Pain is usually due to tightness of the muscles and fascia (connective tissue surrounding muscles or groups of muscles, blood vessels and nerves) within the sole of the foot.

Common causes of this condition include flat or pronated feet, high-arched or supinated feet, changes in footwear, sudden change of activity (sporting or job related), increase in weight, pregnancy, trauma or prolonged standing on hard surfaces
At Wanneroo Podiatry Surgery we will use a variety of modalities to diagnose and treat you heel pain and get you back to your usual activity as soon as possible.

If you would like to see one of our team for a check-up or to address a specific issue please call direct on (08) 9306 3008 or send us a message using the form and one of our friendly team will be in touch.

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