Foot pain can become a serious condition if it goes untreated, and can start out very mild or with a foot injury that can be severe enough to put you out of commission.
Foot pain can be unbearable and disruptive. If you’re experiencing any sort of pain in your toes, heel, or foot in general, make an appointment with Dr. Burns, today. We’ll help you diagnose and treat the pain quickly.
What causes foot pain?
Heel pain, sore feet, and even foot pain after running isn’t an uncommon issue. These conditions can sometimes be easily relieved, or they may require more significant treatment. If you’re experiencing any foot pain, take the time to evaluate your feet and research what may be causing the issue. For effective relief and expert diagnosis, contact our Scottsdale podiatry office.
Burning pain at the top of the foot
If you’re experiencing any burning pain on the top of your feet, you may be suffering from Neuropathy. Neuropathy, or nerve damage in the foot, is a painful condition rooting from Diabetes Mellitus. If you think you have Diabetic Neuropathy, contact the doctors at Arizona Foot Doctors for diagnosis and professional treatment.
Soreness in the ball of your heel
Soreness and shooting pain at the ball of your feet may be a sign of overuse or a larger issue such as hammertoe and bunions. These conditions and your symptoms can be debilitating. Find relief without surgery at Arizona Foot Doctors.
Severe foot pain
If you’re suffering from any sort of foot pain, contact Arizona Foot Doctors. We’ll professionally diagnose and conservatively treat the pain you may be experiencing. While you’re waiting for your appointment, explore our common foot problems.
Foot pain in tendon
Experiencing extreme pain or tenderness in your tendon? Tendonitis may explain your condition. Many patients suffering from Tendonitis feel ongoing pain in their foot as well as visible swelling and stiffness around the area. If you notice any pain rooting from your tendon, it’s vital that you contact a podiatrist.
Foot pain in your arch
Experiencing dull or tingling pain in the arch of your foot? Inflammation? You may be suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. This condition causes acute to severe arch pain due to poorly fitting shoes, excessive running, and/or weight gain. Another cause may be heel spurs or arch spurs. These bone spurs, or horizontal bone growths, can take years to develop but can cause severe inflammation and arch pain. For professional diagnosis and treatment, contact the doctors at Arizona Foot Doctors.
What treatment options are available for foot pain?
If you’re experiencing chronic foot pain, it’s essential that you connect with a podiatrist. For immediate relief for mild foot pain, it’s best that you use the RICE method at home (rest, ice, compressions, and elevation).
Foot pain treatment center in Scottsdale
Find foot pain relief at Scottsdale’s top podiatry clinic, Arizona Foot Doctors. If you are experiencing pain of any type or haven’t had your feet examined in a while, we would be happy to get you back on your feet or keep you moving pain-free. Either way, it is a good idea to have a podiatrist examine your feet on a regular basis.