Dealing with Achy, Sore Feet

Woman doing yogaFeet that repeatedly feel sore and achy can be a sign of a foot issue or health problem that needs to be addressed, so it’s important to get it checked out.

Then again, if you lead a busy lifestyle and are always running around, they might just be tired.

What To Expect At An Appointment

We will conduct a physical examination to check for conditions that might contribute to achy feet, such as arthritis, tendonitis or plantar fasciitis.

We’ll also talk about the type of shoes you wear most and look at how they fit, because improperly fitted shoes and one of the top causes of foot pain.

If we are able to rule out other problems and conditions and find that your feet are just sore from a hectic life,

At-Home Tips

  • Wear shoes with proper arch support OR modify your shoes with Powersteps, Rediorthotics and cushioning, especially if you stand or walk a lot throughout the day.
  • Try changing your shoes for a few days and see if that helps. If you normally wear high heels, exchange them for flats until they feel better.
  • Soak your feet in warm water. If they are swollen, ice and elevate them.
  • We can also show you some stretches that may help.


If you are experiencing foot pain, call our office or make an online appointment


Accepted Insurance Providers

There may be providers, plans and coverage not included on this list. We will help you with navigating the options for coverage and costs. We also accept HSA, Flex accounts, Care Credit and prompt pay pricing for treatment at the clinic and surgical procedures. We do not accept Medicaid or CareSource plans at this time. Visit our New Patient page for more details.