What is heel pain?
Heel pain should never be ignored, especially when it happens to our young children who are growing as it is impacting each step taken. Each stage of life has defining moments of growth, and not caring for heel pain at any time can impact healthy growth and gait. Drs. Richard Swails and Dustin Lloyd are our board-certified and fellowship-trained podiatrists at Preston Surgery Center. They can offer you preventive and/or corrective treatments or procedures after a thorough evaluation of the heel pain. There are many conditions that could be causing your heel to ache, and our podiatrists can determine the right diagnoses through x-rays or a CT scan of your feet. Our treatment options for heel pain may include:
- Anti-inflammatory medications
- Steroid and/or pain-reducing medication injections
- Orthotic shoe inserts
- Physical therapies
- Minimally invasive foot surgery (for severe chronic pain, even after trying other approaches first)
We look forward to providing you with treatments and services for your heel pain. You can count on Preston Surgery Center to be upfront with you about your personalized treatment. Schedule your first visit with Dr. Swails or Dr. Lloyd today.
Heel Pain Reviews
Helping Our Patients Heal Pain
It is best to not leave your chronic heel pain undiagnosed and untreated. Our team of board-certified and fellowship-trained podiatrists, Drs. Swails and Lloyd, are tremendously skilled and experienced in heel care for patients of all ages. Let's find answers to what is causing you or your child to have heel pain at Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX. You can easily set up an appointment with or without a referral. If you would like to call and set up a time to come in, we would be happy to arrange that for you. Don't have insurance? Not to worry. We have several payment options available, and we can provide you with a detailed fee schedule for your treatments or surgery. Our team at Preston Surgery Center will do everything possible to make sure you have or your child has a way to get the treatment needed.