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Back heel pain
I have a back heel pain but when I went to doctor in seven hills he wrote me 3 tablets (enzoflam,tendocel,caleat kd plus) but after 10 days there is no relief I feel that I was fooled by him as he suggested to see him 15 days later which will again cost me his visiting charges and I paid for medicine at his facility Now when I have searched about the back heel pain thing I feel it's archillies tendinitis For which I require treatment
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Hello there,,,well the dr gave you enzoflam as he thought it might bring down your pain and inflammation....actually there are number of reasons for heel pain near ankle, You need to answer a few questions in detail like 1)how is the pain type is it dull ,throbbing or burning type? 2)did u exerted yourself lately...like a long treck,climbing,dancing,sports etc Sometimes conditions vary from talgia to calcaneal spur which is a bony outgrowth(for which x ray is required).... many patients of heel pain whom i have treated had problems with faulty footwear...so modification of footwear with soft heel cushions along with setting of local ultrasound with diclofinac based gel usually brings relief in 5 settings,,,along with stretching exercise for feet, however if the pain is severe and conservative modalities fail to bring relief.... steroid injection at the site of pain is considered.
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Avoid standing for prolong petiod of time,restrict stair climbing,get silicone insoles for shoes. Do resort back with furthur queries. Regards & take care.
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