THERE IS NO REASON TO CONTINUE TO SUFFER FROM HEEL PAIN, EVEN IF IT DOESN'T HURT ALL THE TIME

The natural state of your feet and ankles, and heel sis is comfortable and healthy. Your feet will carry you over 75,000 miles in your life and that's a long distance to travel. Just like your automobile, you need to occasionally do some preventative maintenance on your feet. Our feet and ankles are such marvels of engineering that we really don't need to "take them into the shop" as much as we do our cars, but if you are experiencing heel pain, that is the "warning light" going off on the dashboard telling you to get your feet to an expert. And Podiatrists are the experts of the human foot and ankle. We are the very first professional to visit at the first sign of heel pain. 

Please make your very next step on your 75,000-mile journey is a visit to our office so that we can discuss your heel pain symptoms and find the right treatment for you. If you or someone you love is experiencing any pain or discomfort in your heels, please give us a call at 817-481-4000 and make an appointment for either our Grapevine or Keller offices to come and see us. We will take the time to listen to you, understand your concerns, and then offer the best treatment options. 

Dedicated to your health, 
Richard A. Nichols, DPM 
Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists 

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