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Heel Spur Pad - Instant Relief from Heel Spur pain
Shoe inserts (Heel Spur pads) are often successful in treating plantar fasciitis.
Heel Spur pads often allow patients to continue their routine activities without pain.
A heel spur is a hook of bone that forms on the bone at the back of the foot. A heel spur is commonly associated with plantar fasciitis
Heel spur Heel pain this results in the appearance of a sharp thorn like heel spur on x-ray. The heel spur is asymptomatic (not painful), the pain arises from the inflammation
Heel spurs are a common orthopaedic problem. Also called plantar fasciitis, this syndrome causes intense heel pain resulting from tendonitis of the ligaments
Pain in heel that subsides with walking is one of principal heel spur symptoms. The pain is caused due to bony outgrowth pressing against soft tissue
Heel spurs are common in patients who have a history of foot pain this can be caused by plantar fasciitis. In the setting of plantar fasciitis, heel spurs can be found in all age groups. The heel spur itself is not thought to be the primary cause of pain, rather inflammation and irritation of the plantar fascia is thought to be the primary problem.
A heel spur diagnosis is made when an X-ray shows a hook of bone protruding from the bottom of the foot at the point where the plantar fascia is attached to the heel bone.
Heel spurs generally form in patients who have plantar fasciitis, they tend to occur in patients who have had the problem for a prolonged period of time.
While approx. 70% of patients with plantar fasciitis have a heel spur, X-rays also show about 50% of patients with no symptoms of plantar fasciitis also have a heel spur.
Give that pain the boot!
Did you know that the heel bone is the larges bone in the foot and therefore absorbs the most amount of shock?
That's why we have produced this biomechanically engineered Heel Spur Pad with super shock absorption, for maximum relief of pain. It absorbs tremendous force before it can strike the heel.
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