Heel Spurs

Heel Spurs


A heel spur is a piece of bone that sticks out from the back of your heel bone. It can happen when your foot ligaments are strained too much.  Most people don’t realize they have a heel spur until their heel hurts and they go to the doctor. On an X-ray, a heel spur can go as far forward as 0.5 inches. If an X-ray doesn’t show anything, the condition is sometimes called “heel spur syndrome.”

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Symptoms, Causes and Common Treatments

Heel Spurs



Common Treatments