Due to a new computer system in our office, please note that you will notice changes with your call reminders and Patient Portal. We feel you will really appreciate this upgrade however we will require the insurance cards, photo IDs and updates for all of our patients, both current and new, to make it a success. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding!

New Patients 215.234.3772

Current Patients 215.968.8700

770 Newtown Yardley Road, Suite 215 Newtown, PA 18940

Why Does My Foot Hurt?

Treating Foot Pain

Do you suffer from chronic foot pain? There may be one or several explanations. The professionals at Newtown Foot and Ankle Specialists will work with you to determine the cause of your foot pain and will work hard to find a solution.

Foot pain is often accompanied by other symptoms, such as:

  • Intense swelling
  • Skin irritation
  • Cracking or peeling feet
  • Numb feet or toes
  • Difficulty walking comfortably

Contact our office if you notice any of these symptoms. We will try to provide you with treatment as soon as possible.

Causes of Foot Pain

There are several common causes of foot pain, which include:

Nerve Compression: Also known as a trapped nerve, this condition is caused by pressure on a nerve in the foot. It can cause numbness and muscle weakness.

Metatarsal Stress Fracture: The long bones in the foot that connect the ankle to toes are metatarsal bones. These bones can fracture due to stress or repeated injury.

Extensor Tendonitis: This condition is characterized by a large bump along the tendon, causing pain on the top of the foot.

Neuroma: A neuroma is a growth of nerve tissue that causes pain, tingling, or numbness between toes and in the ball of the foot.

Plantar Fasciitis: Characterized by heel pain, this condition is caused by strain or injury to ligaments in the foot.

Schedule an Appointment Today

Do you need professional treatment for your foot pain? Call Newtown Foot and Ankle Specialists at 215.234.3772. You can also schedule an appointment with us online here. Our podiatrists are happy to help in any way they can during each step of the treatment process.