We can start with the basic question i.e. what is heel spur, in simple terms it’s the pain caused in heel due to a bone growth in the heel bone. This situation is caused by plantar fasciitis. This is a tissue developed in bottom of the heel bone. When not cured, the soft tissue is often formed by bone. This bone area grown near your heel is known as the heel spurs.
You can easily find some pain in the area where ostroga pietowa is formed during morning and night times. You will first feel the pain but with time you can easily see a lumpy hard area. These are caused due to working long distances or walking with worn off shoes. As the soft tissue gets covered up with hard bone formation, heel spur grows and Pain also grows.
If your heel spur is visible, its better you should go for medical advice from physiotherapist. Fizjoterapeuta will provide you diagnosis as per the severity of your condition. X-rays, ultrasound or MRI will give results of what is your condition. Physiotherapist is an expert for such a condition. Heel spur happens due to defect in foot and leg biomechanics. You physiotherapist can help you in assessing the biomechanical correction. There are lots of exercises that can prevent any harm to your feet. Once the situation is better its important that you follow certain steps so as to prevent any further occurrence:
- Improve your posture when working or exercising.
- Go for better and comfortable footwear.
- Try continuing exercises for better calf.
- Strengthen your foot arch muscle and always have full motion of legs.
With proper care and medical help you can see improvement in your condition but if left untreated can increase your pain and cause problem while moving.