The Relief Institute

The Relief Institute is an advocate for top physicians and patients like you. Our purpose is to bring the best matches together for a healthy outcome.

We aim to ensure that you have access to the best foot and ankle practitioners in your area. To achieve this, we first find doctors in your area who are capable of both conducting a thorough evaluation and providing you with any necessary treatment. We then go the extra mile, certifying doctors who truly stand out from the mix with high ratings, excellent experience, better treatment, and a convincing record of care. And finally, we ask patients to rate their experience. You can feel confident that you’re in good hands when you see what others think, and you can also provide invaluable feedback to help others like you make informed decisions about their own health and treatment.

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Why Is My Heel Pain Lingering?

Why Is My Heel Pain Lingering?

Your heels are oftentimes the first part of your foot that strikes the ground with each step you take, meaning it’s the first area that absorbs contact. Not only can this lead...

The Dangers Of Untreated Plantar Fasciitis

The Dangers Of Untreated Plantar Fasciitis

Our body is a fantastic instrument that works to heal its injuries, and while you can heal from a number of different health conditions simply by letting bone development or...

What Does A Torn Plantar Fascia Feel Like?

What Does A Torn Plantar Fascia Feel Like?

Your plantar fascia is comprised of a thick band of tissue at the bottom of your foot that extends from your heel to your toes. Its presence helps to provide stability and...

Risks of Having Bunion Surgery

Risks of Having Bunion Surgery

Bunion surgery is a common operation to get rid of a bunion, however, it’s not without its risks. While a large majority of patients are pleased with their decision to have...

Causes of Foot Pain and Treatment Options

Causes of Foot Pain and Treatment Options

Foot pain is a very common problem. However, the challenge with foot pain is that there are many different potential causes, making it difficult at times for even health care...

What You Should Know About the Forefoot

What You Should Know About the Forefoot

You may be surprised to learn that your forefoot carries and balances nearly half of the body's total weight, and is designed to handle significant force and...

Tendonitis of the Foot and Ankle

Tendonitis of the Foot and Ankle

One of the most common causes of foot or ankle pain is tendonitis. The muscles of the leg, foot, and ankle are anchored to the bone by tendons, which are strong, cord-like...

Are Nerve Problems Causing Your Foot Pain?

Are Nerve Problems Causing Your Foot Pain?

Pain on the top of your foot or through your arch might be nerve-related. While many forms of foot pain come from joints and tendons, occasionally the source of foot pain is a...

The Dangers Of Untreated Plantar Fasciitis

The Dangers Of Untreated Plantar Fasciitis

Our body is a fantastic instrument that works to heal its injuries, and while you can heal from a number of different health conditions simply by letting bone development or...

The Causes and Treatment Options For Heel Spurs

The Causes and Treatment Options For Heel Spurs

The heel bone is the largest bone in your foot, and it provides stability to your ankle joint. However, due to its size and location, it is also prone to injury. One condition...

What is Haglund’s Deformity, and How is it Treated?

What is Haglund’s Deformity, and How is it Treated?

Haglund’s Deformity is categorized by a bony enlargement on the back of a person’s heel, and it’s often brought upon by our own doing. Today, we take a closer look at the...

Treating The Most Common Type Of Ankle Bursitis

Treating The Most Common Type Of Ankle Bursitis

A bursa is a small fluid-filled sac that helps to cushion and lubricate structures so that they can move more easily. You have bursa in a number of different areas of your body,...