Best Orthopedic Surgeons For Plantar Fasciitis Treatment In Pakistan

Dr. Tariq Sohail

(4.5 / 5)

(336 Reviews)

Dr. Tariq Sohail

Orthopedic Surgeon

MBBS,, Ph.D (Ortho), FRCS (Ed), FRCS, Fellowship

Consultant with experience of 41 years

Prof. Dr. M A Wajid

(4.3 / 5)

(218 Reviews)

Prof. Dr. M A Wajid

Orthopedic Surgeon

FRCS(Tr & Orth) UK, MBBS

Professor with experience of 20 years

Dr. Altaf Hussain Shah

(4.7 / 5)

(195 Reviews)

Dr. Altaf Hussain Shah

Orthopedic Surgeon, Rheumatologist, Pain Specialist

MBBS, MS (Orthopedic)

Consultant with experience of 25 years

Dr. Sajid Aslam Khawaja

(4.6 / 5)

(175 Reviews)

Dr. Sajid Aslam Khawaja

Orthopedic Surgeon

MBBS, MRCS (Ireland), Fellow of European Board of Orthopaedic & Traumatology (EBOT), Diplomat in Navigated knee replacement (CAOS) UK, MSc Orthopedic (UK), Fellowship in Hip and Knee replacement (Glasgow, UK), Key skills course provider by Royal College of surgeons in Edinburgh

Consultant with experience of 19 years

Frequently Asked Questions

The fee for specialists of Plantar Fasciitis in Pakistan varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

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Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the tissue that acts as a linker between the heel bone and the toes. The disease gets its name from the ligament that is the plantar fascia. The normal function of this tissue is to absorb the shock and stress whenever a person walks, runs, jogs, jumps or does any other physical activity that involves feet.

This tissue gets damaged every day because of the continuous stress on it. Sometimes, this damage is greater than what the tissue can bear which leads to tearing of the ligament or permanent damage. As a result of this damage, the tissue becomes inflamed causing severe pain. This severe pain is felt when a person takes the first few steps in the morning after waking up or after completing an exercise.

Plantar fasciitis can occur as a result of some underlying disease or by itself. This disease is often confused with the heel spur. The two are related, but they are quite different from each other. A heel spur is calcaneus of the foot, a small hook of bone that forms on the foot. Heel spurs are not usually serious and often do not show any symptoms.

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