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8th June 2021
Townsville Heel Pain Clinic
Welcome to Townsville’s Heel Pain clinic where we pride ourselves on the non-surgical, effective treatment of your heel pain.
Heel Pain is the # 1 condition we treat on a daily basis at Foundation Podiatry - in fact over the last 14 years here in Townsville we have helped 15, 000+ happy campers resolve their heel pain and get back to enjoying their active lifestyle!
Do you wake up in the morning limping from a painful heel?
Feeling frustrated as you can’t exercise or chase the grandkids around?
Have you tried other treatments and nothing seems to be working?
Want to avoid a big needle… or even worse… surgery?
Heel pain is a very common condition yet complex in nature, where a ‘one size fits all’ treatment approach often fails. At Foundation Podiatry Townsville we utilise the latest treatment options with a personalised approach to make you pain free in the shortest possible time!
Our Personalised Approach
- Comprehensive history
- Full posture, movement and gait assessment
- Varied treatment options depending on your individual case (remember every case of heel pain is different) which may include:
Learn more about what Heel Pain is and the causes here.
Say goodbye to your Heel Pain once and for all and regain your active lifestyle...
Plantar Fasciitis - What is it?
The plantar fascia is a thick fibrous band of tissue in the bottom of the foot which runs from the heel to the base of the toes. When placed under sudden or continual increased strain/load, the plantar fascia can become injured generally at the point where it inserts into the heel bone.
Low Level Laser therapy in the management of Plantar Fasciitis
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is the application of red and near infrared light over an injured site to reduce inflammation, accelerate tissue healing and reduce pain. Could this be the solution for your heel pain?
Are Heel Pain and Menopause related?
Pre-menopause women have a lower risk of soft tissue injury than men do but once menopause kicks in and oestrogen levels drop - soft tissue injury risk increases. So is age really related to heel pain?