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Heel pain can be debilitating, affecting our daily activities and mobility. Understanding its causes and exploring effective treatment options can provide much-needed relief. Common causes of heel pain include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, and heel spurs, often resulting from overuse or improper footwear.

Muscular imbalances are also frequent culprits behind heel pain. Weakness or tightness in certain muscle groups can lead to improper foot mechanics, placing excessive stress on the heel. A physiotherapist can address these imbalances through personalized treatment plans.

Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in managing heel pain by targeting the root cause through a comprehensive approach. It involves exercises to strengthen the affected muscles, stretching to alleviate tension, and manual therapies to reduce inflammation and promote healing.

Chiropractic corrections offer valuable benefits for aligning the foot and ankle, helping to alleviate heel pain. By adjusting misalignments in the spine and lower extremities, chiropractors improve overall body mechanics and reduce pressure on the heels.


For those seeking expert care, Kiran Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Clinic in Indore stands out as a reliable destination. With our precise diagnosis and long-term treatment plans, we offer effective relief from heel pain, enabling our patients to regain their mobility and lead pain-free lives.

"It was a great experience with kiran clinic, my mother was suffering from heel pain. We are fully satisfied with services rendered and doctors are always very helpful and polite. Have recieved a very high quality of care and treatment."

Pushpendra Rao

"Was suffering from heel pain past 10 years, took many medicines and injections, but not treated properly, then I got to know about Kiran physiotherapy center, met Dr. Sudarshan Joshi. He assessed properly. Got so much relieve from treatment, specialized treatment program with qualified staff.. must recommend, best chiropractor must visited clinic...so impressed."

Bindu Gurjar