Patient, man, 64 years old, right heel pain 1 year, aggravated 4 months, treated by many medical methods but they are ineffective, anti-inflammatory, painkillers are ineffective, walking must rely on crutches.
Clinical review: There were no obvious abnormalities in the heel of both feet, and the sensitivity at the bottom of the right heel was evident. X-ray checks show no anomalies,
Diagnosis: Pain in the right heel to study
Treatment: Acupuncture; After 20 minutes of needle retention, the pain was reduced by 60 percent, and another point was used and the pain immediately decreased another 20 percent. He went home without crutches, Conseigne: If the pain recurs, please call me. But he never called. After a year of telephone follow-up, he stated that the pain at home had lasted five days and had fully recovered on the sixth morning.