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What is Severs?

Severs Disease:

Severs disease is one of the most common conditions we seen in children and young adults. At this age, our heel bone is still growing which makes the growth plate vulnerable to injury. Inflammation of the heel bone leads to pain and discomfort making it tough for your child to play sports or even walk.




If you or your loved one has heel pain call us today or schedule an appointment online and we will have you or you child seen quickly and promptly.


Kalmar Family Podiatry, Podiatry & Podiatric Surgeons located in Huntington, NY
Kalmar Family Podiatry, Podiatry & Podiatric Surgeons located in Greenlawn, NY
Garrett Kalmar, DPM, AACFAS

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