Our team at Unruh Spine Centers works hard to help you get back on your feet. We understand that ease of mobility is important to each person’s quality and enjoyment of life, which is why we do everything we can to address the source of your pain quickly and work to find the solution that’s right for you.
Call (661) 288-0022 today to speak to a podiatrist in Santa Clarita about your tendonitis and foot pain. You can also contact us online to tell us how we can help.
Tendonitis Causes & Symptoms
Your tendons are fibrous, flexible bands of tissue that connect your bones to your muscles. When tendons become inflamed and swollen, it results in tendonitis, which is a source of foot and ankle pain for many people.
So how does tendonitis happen? In most cases, tendonitis happens due to overuse, but it can also be caused by improper stretching or failure to stretch before exercising, as well as improper form when running, lifting weights, etc.
You may have tendonitis if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Dull ache
- Sharp pain
- Burning sensation
- Muscle stiffness or weakness
- Radiating pain in the foot and ankle
Treatment for Tendonitis
If you’ve got tendonitis, we’ve got solutions. At Unruh Spine Centers, we treat varying forms of tendonitis, including:
- Posterior tibial tendonitis
- Peroneal tendonitis
- Achilles tendonitis
- Flexor tendonitis
Regardless of the type of tendonitis, immediate medical treatment is always necessary in order to reduce pain, inflammation, and further damage to your tendon and the surrounding areas.
Depending on the severity of your tendonitis and how developed your condition is when you come to our offices, you have several different treatment options available:
- Prescription orthotics
- Arch supports
- Cortisone injections
- Minimally-invasive surgery
Don’t wait until your pain is overwhelming or debilitating to speak with a member of our team at Unruh Spine Centers. We are equipped to address your pain and treat your tendonitis promptly and effectively, and our compassionate, gentle approach makes all the difference for our patients.