Heel Injuries

Heel Injuries

The most common heel injury is plantarfasciitis

Ankle Pain

Book an assessment to diagnose any heel injury

Are you frustrated with ongoing heel pain that is just refusing to shift? Have you tried lots of different ways to get rid of this pain? Have you taken advice from friends and family? Has your GP advised pain killers? Are you confused as to what could have caused this pain or injury in the first instance? Heel pain first thing in the morning? Struggling to stand or walk for long periods? Pain after exercise?

The most common heel injury is plantarfasciitis.

When suffering from plantarfasciitis one will usually feel pain on weight bearing first thing in the morning and pain with prolonged periods of walking or running. Other common heel injuries include heel bone spurs, bursitis and insertional achilles tendinopathy. 

A Foot and Ankle Assessment allows diagnosis of the heel injury and a treatment plan is put in place.

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Based in Glasgow's West End

Our consultants are based in our clinic in Glasgow’s West End. Call us on 0141 433 7402 or book an appointment online.

Our Services

Our clinicians can diagnose and treat a full range of conditions.

We have unparalleled experience with biomechanical assessments and work with top professional athletes around Scotland and provide the foot and ankle and biomechanics service to the Scottish Institute of Sport.

Our Physiotherapy Clinic works with patients to restore muscle balance around the various joints of the body in-order to reduce pain and reduce the risk of injury.

Manual therapy may include acupuncture, massage therapy, cupping, myofascial techniques or other therapy to relieve muscle tension that requires manual skill.

Orthotics are devices fitting externally to the body to support and improve the position and function of the joint to which they are fitted and improve the muscle function to those which surround the joint.

Podiatry (also known as chiropody) is the diagnosis and treatment by podiatrists (chiropodists) of diseases and other disorders of the feet.

The Foot and Leg Clinic specialists have studied Foot Mobilisation and are excited to introduce this wonderful method of fixing feet to as many of the Scottish public as we can.

Musculoskeletal ultrasound is a painless and harmless way to obtain pictures of structures in the body, such as muscles, tendons and ligaments.

At The Foot and Leg Clinic we understand that patient care is best as part of a team. Our aim was to create a multidisciplinary team of experienced clinicians who work together as a close team.

Shockwave therapy is the application of intense sound energy into stubborn damaged tissue to promote degeneration and is recommended by the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence.

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