It’s rare to find something all medical professionals agree upon. There are numerous studies, new information, and current trends that can all influence our preconceived notions about various treatment methods and practices. With that being said, we are quite confident everyone will agree with the sentiment that “an educated patient has the best ability to make decisions regarding his or her healthcare.” We fully believe this to be the case, which is why we offer free copies of our book Heel Pain Stops Here: A Guide to Understanding its Causes and Treatments.
Just to confirm, we absolutely said “free.” We’ll explain how to claim your copy in a little while, but let’s start by taking a look at what kind of information you will have on hand:
- Heel pain causes – Heel pain is a common issue. There are a couple of different reasons for this, with a major one being the simple fact there are many different causes of heel pain. Our book takes a look at all of these causes so you can understand which is affecting you.
- Treatment options – As with any medical issue, you will want expert treatment when heel pain strikes. We want you to understand what options we may recommend, and why they will work, so we cover this in Heel Pain Stops Here: A Guide to Understanding its Causes and Treatments.
- Related conditions – Your feet contain over one-fourth of all the bones in your body, along with hundreds of muscles and connective tissues (ligaments and tendons). This means an issue like heel pain can lead to other problems as well. You can think about it this way – if your heel is hurting, you might change the way you walk. Doing so places extra pressure on an area not prepared to handle it. Accordingly, our free book looks at other conditions your lower limbs might experience.
We want you to be an educated patient who is best able to make the important decisions for your healthcare. For this reason, we recommend taking advantage of our free book offer. Simply take a moment to fill out our online form here, and we will send you a copy at no charge or further obligation on your end.Remember, if you ever have any questions or need to schedule an appointment with Richardson Podiatry Associates, give us a call at (972) 690-5374 or request an appointment online.