Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain in Richmond, VA

If you’re experiencing pain in your heel, especially when standing, walking and in the morning, you may have plantar fasciitis. There are treatments available to you that are nonsurgical. Properly fitted orthotics (arch supports) can make a big difference. Based on the way you are reacting to treatment, we can customize the way we treat your plantar fasciitis. Other options offered include steroid injections, anti-inflammatory medications, Radio-Frequency Nerve Ablation (RFNA), night splints, exercise, changes in shoe gear and many other treatments.

Our Board Certified podiatrist has been practicing for more than 30 years.  He is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.  Our doctor stays updated concerning the newest treatment in the field. Providing a range of options for every patient is essential to improve foot and ankle wellness.  Dr. Duke has an interest in this problem and constantly seeks out new treatment options and plans.

Treatment from Our Plantar Fasciitis Doctor

Radio-frequency nerve ablation (RFNA) is an emerging treatment for plantar fasciitis that is nonsurgical and may help you avoid heel surgery. Many of our patients have received adequate relief so that surgery is no longer necessary.

Immediate Appointments Now Available

If you are in pain from plantar fasciitis and need help call us. We keep appointments available so patients can be seen as quickly as possible. Whether you are an existing patient or a new one, you can see our podiatrist quickly.

Plantar Fasciitis Diagrams in Richmond, VA

Our patients come from Richmond, Bon Air, Glen Allen, Short Pump, Chester, and Chesterfield as well of all surrounding communities.

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