Posts in October, 2020
Sever’s disease, also known as calcaneal apophysitis, is a bone condition in which the growth plate of the heel bone becomes inflamed. This condition is most common among children between the ages of 8 and 15, especially those who participate in sports that require a lot of running or jumping. The signs and symptoms of… Read more »
Sever's disease, also known as calcaneal apophysitis, is a medical condition that causes heel pain in children’s feet while they’re growing. Sever's disease occurs most commonly in boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 14. Sever's disease occurs when the child’s growth plate, or the calcaneal epiphysis, an area attached to the Achilles… Read more »
Suffering from this type of pain? You may have the foot condition known as Morton’s neuroma. Morton’s neuroma may develop as a result of ill-fitting footwear and existing foot deformities. We can help.
A heel spur is defined as a portion of bone that develops where the plantar fascia connects to the heel bone. It is often linked to the medical condition that is known as plantar fasciitis, which can cause severe pain and discomfort. Mild relief may be found when extra weight is lost and this may ease… Read more »
Heel spurs are calcium deposits that cause bone protrusions on the heel bone. Heel spurs are usually associated with plantar fasciitis, which occurs when the plantar fasciitis in the foot becomes inflamed. Typically, heel spurs don’t cause any symptoms. However, they can produce chronic or intermittent heel pain. Those who have had the condition often… Read more »