Laser Treatment for Heel Pain
By Dr. Edward Tjoe
June 05, 2018
Category: Podiatric Care
Tags: Heel Pain   Laser Treatment  

Find out how your Jersey City, NJ, podiatrist can help you with your heel pain with laser treatmentheel pain

Your podiatrist Dr. Edward Tjoe in Jersey City, NJ, is equipped with years of experience and knowledge of how to examine your feet and prescribe the proper course of treatment when it comes to resolving issues and problems, like heel pain.

Heel and Causes of Pain

According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, the heel is the largest bone in your foot and, despite its elaborate network of 33 joints, more than 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments are subject to damage by external forces.

When the fascia, a connective tissue that extends from the heel of the foot to the toes is irritated or inflamed, you may feel pain. Other causes of heel pain include heel spurs, painless growth on the bone that may result in chronic pain, Arthritis, swelling of cartilage and lining of joints, and gout, buildup of uric acid salts in the joints.

There are also other disorders and issues including, collagen disorders, nerve injuries, heel bone abnormalities and tumors.

Caring for heel pain

There are surgical treatments to get rid of heel pain, such as the removal of connective tissue and heel spurs, but before going down that road, consider wearing comfortable shoes made of soft rubber, avoid rigorous sports and exercises, stretching feet daily and taking medications prescribed by your podiatrist that help reduce inflammation.

Laser Treatment

K-Laser Therapy is a quick and safe treatment for people suffering from plantar fasciitis. This therapy is effective and requires a short recovery time with an 80 percent success rate.

For more information regarding your heel pain and laser treatment options, contact Dr. Edward Tjoe at (201) 984-0231. His office is conveniently located in Jersey City, NJ, for when you're ready to schedule an appointment with him.


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