Complaints We Help Address at Ideal Feet – Part 3

29 Dec

We’ve already take a look at flat feet and arch pain; now we are going to talk about the 3rd common complaint the Ideal Feet staff hear about on a regular basis – heel pain.

If you missed our first 2 posts then be sure to visit:

Foot Pain Complaints Ideal Feet Helps Their Customers Solve – Part 1
Review of the Causes of Ideal Feet Complaints – Part 2

Now lets take a closer look at how important the heel is to your bodies proper mobility.

3.    Heel Pain – the fact that the heel bone is the biggest and most important of all the bones in the foot is already indicative of the vital role it plays in our mobility. As it is largely responsible for maintaining our physical stability, it is naturally more exposed to constant friction and tension that can render it weak. Although there are quite a number of contributors to this condition, heel spurs and plantar fasciitis are touted as the most common. Heel spurs refer to an abnormal bone enlargement on this area of the foot that can injure the muscles and tear the ligaments.  Plantar fasciitis, on the one hand, occurs when the line of tissue that scuttles from the ball of the foot to the heel, known as fascia, are inflamed.

It doesn’t matter if the problem is in your toe, heel, or arch; foot pain can affect every moment of your day. Ideal Feet employees listen to your complaints and help correct the physical issues causing the problem, so that you can regain your pain free walk again. Next up, we look at the Ideal Feet complaints caused by sports injury.

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