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Heel Pain Blog Posts

These blog posts are focused on different facets of heel pain. Take the time to learn about causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention for this common foot problem.
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  • My Heels Hurt! Should I Be Worried? If heel pain is keeping you from doing the things you love, you may start to wonder if you should be worried. What should I do about it? Dr. Gene Reister discusses what you should do about your heel pain and when it’s time to see a professional about it.
  • Your Foot Anatomy Can Be Giving You Foot Pain The shape of your foot could be the cause behind your chronic foot pain. Richardson podiatrist Gene Reister discusses the reasons why, and what you can do about it.
  • Taking Steps Toward A Year Without Heel Pain Whatever your goals for the year are, taking care of persistent heel pain should be at the forefront! Dr. Gene Reister in Richardson, TX has advice and treatments to take care of heel problems for good.
  • Avoid Heel Pain When Exercising in Richardson Regular exercise is essential for your health and wellbeing. Prevention measures can keep heel pain from getting in the way. Dr. Reister discusses.
  • Popping Noise in the Back of Your Heel If you hear a popping noise in the back of your heel, it is likely a sign of an Achilles tendon rupture. Richardson Podiatry Center can help.
  • Preventing Plantar Fasciitis Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, but there are ways to prevent plantar fasciitis from developing.
  • Free Book Offer Informed patients are able to make the best decisions regarding their healthcare, so Richardson Podiatry Associates has a free book offer.
  • What Is Causing Your Heel Pain? Your first step in finding relief from painful symptoms is to understand what is causing your heel pain.
  • Achilles Tendon Injuries and Treatment Your Achilles tendon behind your ankle is crucial for many of your movements. When it is damaged, it needs to be treated with expert care says Dr. Gene Reister.
  • Achilles Rupture Signs and Symptoms Being able to recognize Achilles tendon rupture symptoms is essential not only to prevent further damage but also to get the care you need.