The sooner your child comes in for treatment, the faster he or she will heal. Pediatric heel pain, also known as Sever's disease, is quite common in active children ages 8-14 years old. Once appropriate treatment has been initiated the pain can greatly improve in 2-3 weeks, though when treatment is delayed, pain can last months and even recur over time.
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