Specialists in the treatment of plantar fasciitis and other causes of heel pain.

Dr. Huppin and Dr. Hale are specialists in the treatment of heel pain. Plantar fasciitis and other causes of heel pain are the most common conditions treated in our Seattle clinic and we are experts in providing rapid and long-lasting relief. We have a strict set of protocols for treating plantar fasciitis that are based on the most recent studies in the medical literature and our own experience over 20 years. Each other type of heel pain also has its own protocol. An entire division of our practice, The Seattle Heel Pain Center, is devoted to treatment of all types of heel pain.

Referral Center for Heel Pain

We are the regional referral center that other doctors use for their patients with even the most stubborn heel pain. We have a special interest in treating patients who have failed treatment given by other doctors and therapists. We have a better than 95% success rate and can usually cure even the most long-lasting heel pain. Don’t live with heel pain. Make an appointment now to see us in our Seattle office.

Treatment Goals – Rapid Relief of Pain and Prevent Return of Symptoms

Our goal when treating your heel or arch pain is to relieve your pain as rapidly as possible and then prevent the problem from returning. Most patients see relief within just a few weeks.

Surgery is Rarely Necessary

When treated correctly, surgery on the heel is almost never necessary. In fact, we advise you not to let anyone perform surgery on your heel unless you have seen us first for a consultation.

Seattle Heel Pain Center

In the following pages devoted to the Seattle Heel Pain Center you can learn about our treatment protocol for plantar fasciitis and other types of heel pain. If you are in the greater Seattle area, make an appointment today at the Seattle Heel Pain Center.

Don’t live with heel pain. It usually responds well to conservative treatment. Call today for an evaluation in our convenient Seattle office.

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