Heel pain – is it just another case of Plantar Fasciitis?


Heel pain is an all too common complaint for a number of people with terms like ‘Policeman’s heel’ and ‘heel spurs’ being widely used by the general public. In more recent years, a greater public awareness of ‘Plantar Fasciitis’ has emerged meaning that not only are patients self-diagnosing (often erroneously) but also a great many practitioners are too quick to assume that any heel pain is plantar fasciitis. This workshop looks into what is occurring in the heel anatomically and how these structures can lead to pain development when they become injured or malfunction. It is hoped that this can lead to more accurate diagnosis and treatment regimes accordingly.

  • Date: 14th October 2024
  • Time: 10am – 4.30pm
  • Attendance options: In-House (Maidenhead, Berkshire) / Virtual (Zoom)
  • Lecturer: Dr Andrew Hill

Bookings for this course close on 13/10/2024