Article written by Dr.Daksha Shetty, Practitioner Orthofit















Calcaneal spur, in simple language, is a bony outgrowth from the heel bone. When a foot is exposed to constant stress, calcium deposits build up on the bottom of              the heel bone. They are typically detected by x-ray examination.


Calcaneal spur
Calcaneal spur



Spur occurs when the pressure falling over the fascia increases which in turn causes pain & inflammation of the fascia known as Plantar fasciitis

Plantar Fascia
Plantar Fascia



✓ Stretching of plantar fascia

✓Walking gait abnormalities

✓ Running or jogging, especially on hard surfaces

✓ Excess weight and obesity

✓ Tight leg muscles

✓ Poorly fitted or badly worn shoes

✓Increasing age, which decreases plantar fascia flexibility

✓Having either flat feet or high arches



-Local ice application and Anti- inflammatory medications are temporarily reliefs

-Right shoes

-Customized insoles


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