Arch pain is pain on the arch of the foot, located on the bottom of your foot.
The most common cause of arch pain is from a foot condition called plantar fasciitis, which affects the arch, heel, or both. This condition occurs when the fibrous band of tissue connecting your heel bone to the base of your toes – called the plantar fascia –becomes inflamed.
Another common cause of arch pain is fallen arches or flat feet. If you have flat feet, standing and walking too long can cause pain.
We will perform a physical examination and ask you about your symptoms. We will evaluate your health history and if conservative treatment fails, we may recommend further solutions.
Usually, arch pain can be treated conservatively by:
If you have persistent or severe pain in the arch, it’s important to contact Nagy Footcare, your New Hampshire podiatrist because you may need further evaluation and treatment options. Contact us to schedule your initial consultation today!