What Is A Heel Spur?
What Are The Symptoms Of A Heel Spur?
- Heel pain
- Heel swelling
- A visible bony protrusion where your heel meets your midfoot
- Calluses on the bottom of your heel if tissue builds up to provide extra padding over a protruding spur
- Decreased foot mobility
How Do I Treat A Heel Spur?
- Stretching and strengthening exercises
- Properly fitted custom orthotics;
- Over-the-counter insoles
- Taking ill-fitting footwear out of rotation
To schedule best foot care treatment appointment with our licensed Chiropodists (foot specialists), use the booking form below or call 416-769-FEET(3338).
Our Toronto foot clinic is open Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturdays 10am-4pm. You do not need a referral to become a patient at our Foot clinic.
What Causes A Heel Spur?
How Do I Prevent A Heel Spur?
- Wear supportive shoes with good shock absorption and arch support
- Avoid heels higher than 2”
- Switch to lower-impact sports
- Routinely stretch your arches, Achilles tendons, and calves
Book an appointment for heel spur
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