Treatments

Multidisciplinary care ! 

In order not to evolve towards a partial or total rupture, if your pain persists, do not hesitate to consult your doctor.
After a clinical and ultrasound examination, he can prescribe you anti-inflammatory drugs (oral or local), physiotherapy (massages, electrotherapy, stretching, ... then shock waves) and a foot assessment.

The podiatrist, after a complete check-up, will propose, if necessary, orthopaedic insoles to accompany the movement of the foot. The position of your foot could change the orientation of your tendon. This change would make the tissues become more fatiguable.
Let's take the example most frequently encountered in podiatry practices, the valgus foot, it corresponds to the inward sagging of the foot, it is also called pronation of the foot. The tendon will therefore have to make an extra effort to ensure its function when walking.

When wearing insoles continuously, the movement becomes more physiological, i.e. ideal, the tension is reduced and the pain is reduced. If the inflammation is too strong, the doctor may prescribe mesotherapy or infiltration at the same time.

It is therefore essential that the feet are supported in comfortable and effective footwear. In Winter, no problem, just choose footwear with rigid heel support. During the Summer period, Kastine shoes, which respect the anatomy of your feet, will ensure that your heels are well supported and, if necessary, that your customised insoles are effective thanks to their removable soles which leave room for yours.