Your Guide to Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Pain
Do you have pain in your heel – particularly when you get up in the morning or from resting? The cause of this is often plantar fasciitis. This pain can be intense, but luckily our Milwaukee podiatrists can help. Learn about ways to prevent heel pain, home remedies, and things that your doctor can do to help.
Do you wake up in the morning with pain in your heel? You may be one of millions suffering from a common condition called Plantar Fasciitis. In this video, Dr. Milkie discusses some home remedies you can try, including over the counter insoles. This inflammation of a large tendon in your foot will only get worse the longer that you wait. If you have had pain in your heel for more than a couple of weeks, you need to see a podiatrist. Avoid surgery by getting treatment sooner.
Cortisone Injections For Foot Pain – Is This Treatment Right For You?
Dr. Chris Milkie of Milwaukee Foot Specialists answers your questions about cortisone shots. Cortisone shots are a common treatment for plantar fasciitis (heel pain) and tendonitis, but are they safe? If you have 1 cortisone shot, do you need to keep getting them? Learn how this anti-inflammatory treatment can go right to the source of your pain to help you heal and feel great again.
Alternatives to Surgery For Heel Pain
Do you have painful plantar fasciitis, or heel pain, that has not responded to traditional treatment? Dr. Milkie explains new treatments that can help you avoid surgery for heel pain. Innovative new treatments like Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) have been used for years by professional athletes. Milwaukee Foot Specialists is proud to bring these treatments to you, and end your pain.
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