Since when is she having this pain ?
Any Diabetes history ?
Any Trauma ?
Any spur ?
Any corn etc ?
These r the few questions that need to be answered, and appropriate treatment could be given accordingly
Hello. Pain in the heel area is most commonly due to plantar fascitis. Do an X-ray of Ankle joint (AP & Lateral views) to look for any bony Calcanean spur. Also check serum Vitamin D & Uric acid levels, as abnormality of these can cause pain at heel. Give her Tab PYRIGESIC 1gm twice daily after meals for 5 days, Ice application locally at affected heel region. Follow up with me with the reports. Hope this helps.
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