Rajani Cartor M, Hareeshu Patnaik K
Abstract: A small part of our body, Heel is bearing the entire body weight and also helping in transfers. For this function to be carried out without any difficulty or discomfort, it demands multiple factors to be in proper alignment, good strength, coordinated and to be fit enough with all its properties. Under uneven conditions it may undergo suffering. Ten percent of these people experiencing pain under the heel (plantar heel pain) are approaching or else referred to physiotherapy clinics. Injections, insoles, heel pads, strapping and surgery have been common forms of treatment given. With the wide intervention options available for treating this condition, there is always a doubt in finding out the best. The absolute and relative effectiveness of these interventions are not understood clearly in individuals with heel pain.
Keywords: Acetic Acid Iontophoroesis AAI, Ultrasound therapy along with high heel usage USHH, Foot and Ankle Ability Measure FAAM