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What's Causing My Heel Pain?

Are you having trouble figuring out why your heel hurts? Here at the Rockland County, NY, office of your podiatrist, Dr. Denis LeBlang, we can diagnose your heel condition and offer treatments that make walking much more comfortable.

 4 common causes of heel pain

Heel pain can be caused by these conditions:

How your podiatrist can help you

Call your podiatrist in Rockland County if your heel pain doesn't get better after a week or two of rest, you have severe pain, or you have difficulty walking or bearing weight on your foot. During a consultation, we can offer a variety of treatments including orthotics, pain medication, cortisone injections, casts, boots, crutches, and extracorporeal shockwave therapy, amongst others.

Do you suffer from heel pain? Schedule an appointment with Dr. LeBlang, your Rockland County, NY, foot doctor by calling his Congers office at (845) 268-8282.

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