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Do You Have Heel Pain?


Although pain in the heel is most often diagnosed as plantar fasciitis, it’s not always the case. Other causes of heel pain can be a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation or rarely, a cyst.


Here at Optima Foot and Ankle,

we think outside the box.

Laura Schweger | DPMJamie H. Paluck | DPM


Yes, we have standard treatments available but we also offer the latest in treatments such as

amniotic membrane injections, cold laser therapy and platelet rich plasma injections.

The sooner you get it treated, the sooner you can get back to your life!

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