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Indian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


Pictorial Continuing Medical Education

A 32-year-old male presented to our clinic for second opinion regarding his right heel pain. He had two year history of right heel pain and a recent limp in gait for the past 3 months. There was no history of trauma or inflammatory joint disease. He had a thin body habitus. His work involved prolonged standing, which would aggravate his pain. Initially his heel pain was worse in the mornings and would gradually improve during the day, but he had no difficulty in walking. He never had similar symptoms in the left foot.

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