Foot Pain Diagnosis

Are you looking for a foot pain diagnosis? Look no further. Waterloo Chiropractor Dr. Rob Green has listed multiple causes of foot pain based on location to help narrow your search and point you in the right direction towards the best treatment options. Getting foot pain relief is the ultimate goal, and without a proper diagnosis this remains difficult. Take a look at the pictures and links below to find what you are looking for.

Arch Foot Pain

Arch Foot Pain

This is a common area of pain. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of this pain. Click Here….

Heel Pain

Pain in Heel

There are a couple different causes of heel pain depending on the cause of the pain and the presenting symptoms. Click here…

Achilles Pain

Achilles Tendon Pain:

Not all achilles pain is automatically achilles tendinitis. There are other structures that become irritated and cause pain.

Lateral Ankle Pain

Lateral Ankle Pain:

The most common cause of lateral ankle pain is an ankle sprain. However there are many tendons that run through this area that can become painful due to overuse.

Medial Ankle Pain

Medial Ankle Pain:

The most common cause of pain in the medial ankle pain is from an old ankle sprain (or recent). However there are many other possible causes of pain in this area. Numbness and tingling in the foot can be a result of pain in this area.

Top of Foot Pain

Top of Foot Pain:

This area can be quite painful and irritating when having to wear shoes. Click Here…

Midfoot Pain

Bottom Foot Pain:

If the pain is near the heel that is a different cause than if the pain is closer to the arch of the foot or near the toes. Click Here…

Side Foot Pain

Side Foot Pain:

As always location of the pain on the side of the foot is very important to the proper diagnosis. Click Here…

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