Heel Pain Treatment Freehold

Effective Heel Pain Treatment Available in Freehold, NJ

Heel Pain Treatment Freehold NJIf you’re searching for treatment for your heel pain, turn to the professionals at New Jersey Foot and Ankle, a subsidiary of Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute. We understand heel pain can diminish your quality of life and make walking, running, and even standing difficult to do. Thankfully, we have a team of highly skilled physicians who specialize in this area of the foot and will take a comprehensive approach to treatment in order to eliminate your pain and help you return to a more active lifestyle.

Your heel bone bears a lot of pressure supporting you each day, so it is not uncommon to experience heel pain due to a variety of reasons, from stepping on something hard to abnormal growths or tendon problems. Thankfully, at New Jersey Foot and Ankle, our board-certified physicians are experienced in treating a wide range of problems that could affect the heel, including:

  • Achilles tendinitis – Inflammation of the Achilles tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel bone
  • Heel spurs – A bony growth on the underside of the heel bone
  • Plantar fasciitis – Inflammation of the area of the fascia of the foot
  • Bursitis – Swelling of the fluid-filled sac (bursa) at the back of the heel bone
  • And many more

At New Jersey Foot and Ankle, we emphasize non-operative treatment whenever possible. Many times, our treatment for heel pain involves a combination of conservative and alternative methods such as medication management, acupuncture, and physical therapy. If these methods are unsuccessful, your doctor will speak to you about the range of minimally invasive surgeries we offer.

Contact New Jersey Foot and Ankle today to learn more about the heel pain treatment options we offer those living in the Freehold, NJ, area.


Twenty-six joints make up the foot and ankle, making this one of the most interesting structures in the entire body--and also, one of the most vulnerable. Injuries and pain in the foot and joint area can be debilitating, even immobilizing. Our experts are here to help you find your footing, and identify a course of treatment that will allow you to hit the ground running.