Heel spurs are small calcium deposits that form bony protrusions at the bottom of the heel bone. A heel spur doesn’t always cause pain or any obvious symptoms, but it may cause chronic or stabbing pain that makes walking difficult.… Read More
A heel spur is a calcium deposit that develops as a result of injury or inflammation. It could be due to a tendon strain or plantar fasciitis, which is an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue … Read More
Do you wake up to foot pain in the morning? When you exercise, do you find yourself having to power through heel pain or stop entirely?
Pain is how your body tells you that something is wrong. When it comes … Read More
A heel spur is a bony growth that usually forms when the plantar fascia – which is the thick band of tissue that connects your heel to your toes – separates from the heel bone and therefore causes inflammation, as … Read More