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Achilles Pain in Troy, MI

achilles pain in troy & warren miFind Relief When You Visit the Podiatrist at Stop Feet Pain Fast Institute

Are you experiencing pain in the heel of your foot in Troy, MI? This pain may be caused by Achilles tendonitis, an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. This heel condition may be due to increased activity or stress to your feet and/or legs, and if left untreated, your condition can turn into chronic Achilles tendinosis. If you suspect that this may be the reason for your foot or ankle pain, you should consult our award-winning podiatrist right away

How Do You Know You Have Achilles Tendinitis?

The Achilles tendon connects the calf to the heel bone. If you’re suffering from Achilles tendinitis, you may experience some or all of the following symptoms:

  • Pain or swelling in your calf or heel
  • Tight calf muscles
  • Decreased range of motion in your leg or heel
  • Difficulty flexing your foot
  • Warmth or tenderness in your heel or foot

If any of these symptoms sound familiar, it may be time to seek professional care from a podiatrist.

What Causes Achilles Pain?

Usually, Achilles tendonitis happens when runners or athletes suddenly start to run faster or play harder than usual. Middle-aged people who play tennis or other sports, like basketball on the weekends, can also be at risk. If this describes your current type of physical activity, taking NSAIDs such as Advil or Motrin, elevating your foot, icing the affected area, and stretching, can help alleviate some of your pain. If it persists, you should see your podiatrist as soon as possible.

What Are the Stages of Achilles Pain?

In general, three stages occur when the Achilles tendon is inflamed.

Stage one: Peritenonitis – During this stage, there is localized pain that occurs during or after activity. As the condition gets worse, the pain will often increase and intensify.

Stage two: Tendinosis – This is a degenerative condition that generally doesn’t have a lot of symptoms. However, you might experience a hard knot at the back of your leg or some swelling.

Stage three: Peritenonitis with tendinosis – During the third stage, you will experience pain and swelling with activity. As it progresses, you have the potential to rupture the tendon.

Schedule Your Consultation with Our Expert for Achilles Pain in Troy, MI, Today!

For more information on Achilles pain or other foot and ankle issues, we invite you to call 248.362.3338 to reach our Troy office and speak with one of our friendly team members. To schedule your new patient Dr. Weinert Foot Alignment Consultation, please click here to use our convenient online form. Your appointment includes an exam, gait analysis, fluoroscopy x-ray imaging, patient education, and an in-depth consultation with our board-certified podiatrist.

As one of the premier podiatry centers in Troy, MI, our team at Stop Feet Pain Fast Institute also provides 5-star-rated foot, ankle, and heel care to patients from Birmingham, Sterling Heights, Clawson, Madison Heights, Royal Oak, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills & West Bloomfield, MI, and surrounding areas.

Your Top-Rated & New Favorite Podiatrist In Troy, MI...

"My first visit today and the whole team was awesome..really glad I found this office and so close to home. I would recommend them to friends and family ( I already did)"

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"My life has changed remarkably with Dr Weinert! He was the first doctor who found the root cause of my chronic foot, knee and back pain. His HyproCure procedure for flat feet is truly life changing and a true miracle. Thank you for giving me my life back."

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"Dr. Weinert is not only knowledgeable in his field but he really takes the time to explain what's going on and what the options are. You can tell he truly cares and knows his stuff. I wouldn't go anywhere else!"

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Our Troy Podiatry Office

230 W. Maple Road
Troy, MI 48084

Phone: 248.362.3338

Monday: 9am - 3pm
Tuesday: 9am - 3pm
Wednesday: 9am - 6pm
Thursday: 9am - 3pm
Friday: 8am -12pm

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