Why do you have heel pain?
There are 26 bones in your foot and ankle, 33 joints, and over 100 tendons. The heel is the largest bone in your foot. Your foot and ankle are complex structures that provide support and movement for your body.
If you have heel pain, it may be because you have used or injured your heel. This can range from being a mild discomfort to disabling. If home remedies don't help ease the pain, you may need to seek the advice of an HCPC registered and qualified podiatrist like ourselves.
Alternatively, you can look at our handy online guide to try to diagnose your heel pain.
14 must know facts about plantar fasciitis and heel pain
If you haven't been able to diagnose your heel pain using our online guide, we also have blogs that go into further detail. Check out our blog called "14 must know facts about plantar fasciitis and heel pain" or give us a call. We will be happy to analyse and diagnose your heel pain and advise you on the best course of treatment to get you back to feeling great.
Heel Pain FAQs
Mythbusting 101 for Heel Pain
You can also watch my video to learn more about plantar fasciitis and heel pain!