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Are You Experiencing Achilles Pain?

At Total Foot and Ankle

Achilles Pain Specialist in Plano


The Achilles tendon is the large band of connective tissues that connects your calf muscle to your heel bones. It is prone to overuse and chronic inflammation. If you are experiencing pain along the back of your lower leg, schedule an Achilles tendonitis evaluation with our specialist. Achilles tendonitis can cause severe pain running down the back of your leg. Other warning signs may include:

  • Swelling in the lower leg
  • Stiffness in the back of your lower leg
  • Pain in the lower leg that worsens when active
  • Bone spurs

At Total Foot and Ankle

A Healthcare Provider Focused on Helping His Patients Regain Mobility and Improve Overall Health

Our practice offers minimally invasive options for some surgeries. This option can dramatically decrease recovery time to get you back to your activities faster than a traditional surgical approaches.

It is important to discuss any foot and ankle fracture with your surgeon. Although, not all fractures require surgery, surgery may be recommended for your injury. Surgical treatment is often recommended to prevent long term deformity, pain and to decrease recovery time.

Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT®) is the most advanced and highly effective non-invasive treatment method approved by the FDA. This office based procedure represents a breakthrough treatment option for a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions.

How We Can Help


If you suffer from Achilles pain, contact Total Foot and Ankle at (972) 942-8080 to schedule an appointment. Our foot doctor will properly diagnose and treat your pain.

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Achilles Tendonitis

Treatments for Achilles Tendonitis

Common Achilles tendon treatments include:

In the case of a severe Achilles rupture or injury, surgery may be recommended.

Our medical care solutions include EPAT®, foot and ankle surgery options, custom orthotics, and diabetic shoes. We help patients restore their confidence and overall health by delivering high quality foot and ankle care.

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