Discomfort across the bottom of the foot at any point between the heel and the ball of the foot is often referred to as “arch pain.” Arch pain is a non-specific term. Most arch pain is due to strain or inflammation of the arthritis, deformity, plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is sometimes associated with a heel spur.
In most cases, arch pain develops from overuse, unsupportive shoes, weight gain, or acute injury. If arch pain persists beyond a few days, see a foot and ankle surgeon for treatment to prevent this condition from becoming worse.
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Pediatric Flatfoot
- Flexible Flatfoot
- Pes Cavus
- CT scan
- Bone Scan
This depends on the cause of the arch pain. Some treatments can include:
- PRP injection
- Corticosteroid injection
- Shoe modification
This depends on the actual underlying cause of the arch pain.
Dr. Jones Hormozi at Valley Foot & Ankle Center (VFAC) utilizes state-of-the-art technology, minimally invasive procedures, and advanced techniques to prevent and treat all conditions of the foot and ankle. This allows most patients to walk immediately after most procedures, and they are able to rapidly return to high levels of functioning with excellent outcomes.
We encourage you to consult with a foot and ankle specialist for a complete assessment of your condition.