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Sore heel hurts to attack: reasons, how to treat

Foot plays an important role in the life of the human body. One of its main functions is depreciation. The foot is forced to take on body weight. The heel bone is exposed to the greatest load. Heel pain can be a surprise, especially for those who have not had such problems before.

Possible causes of heel pain

Sore heel hurts to attack Injuries

An unsuccessful turn of the foot, a bruise or a blow can cause pain. Wearing high heels, "stiletto", also often leads to injury.

Heel spur

The heel spur occurs frequently and is a growth that forms on the heel bone. The cause of this growth can be chronic inflammation of the fascia (connective tissue of the sole). The patient experiences persistent pains that become most intense in the morning. When walking pain may not be felt.

Bursitis

When bursitis inflames the passing along the foot of the tissue that connects the toes to the heel bone. The patient has an inflammatory process and increasing pain, which is particularly acute in the morning. Walking is accompanied by painful sensations. Temporarily soothe the pain can be with the help of massage. However, massage does not contribute to cure bursitis.

Fascite

Fascite soles can develop in people wearing uncomfortable shoes. With this disease, inflammation of the connective tissue occurs. The fascite of the sole often becomes the cause of the formation of the heel spur.

Rheumatoid arthritis

With this disease, inflammation of the joints occurs, which is chronic. The patient may experience pain at any time of the day.

Gout

The disease is caused by the deposition of salts with improper nutrition and various metabolic disorders.

How to treat heel pain?

To prevent the further development of the existing disease will help timely visit to the doctor and the correct diagnosis.

In accordance with the diagnosis, the treatment may be as follows:

  • If the pain was caused by trauma, the specialist prescribes bed rest for 2-3 weeks. Anti-inflammatory drugs are used to relieve pain: diclofenac, flexen, ibuprofen, and others. The patient will need to pick up comfortable shoes. Women will have to give up wearing high heels. In addition, the doctor may prescribe shock wave therapy, massage and laser therapy. In the presence of acute pain, analgesics may be prescribed.
  • The cause of pain sometimes become infectious diseases, including venereal diseases. In this case, the patient may suffer from reactive inflammation of the heels. The patient experiences discomfort all the time. The pain may intensify at night. In addition to the calcaneus, some joints may be affected. Treatment begins with ridding a person of the underlying infection, which caused heel pain.
  • To get rid of gout, it is necessary, as in the presence of infection, to first get rid of the disease itself. The disease is determined by the high amount of uric acid in the blood.

Prevention

The reasons why the heel hurts and it hurts to attack a lot. To reduce the likelihood of discomfort, you should take preventive measures. Every person, especially inclined to be overweight, needs to constantly control his weight, since it is overweight that causes the pain. If you identify flatfoot should immediately consult a doctor. Flat foot suggests no depreciation. The load on the heel bone increases dramatically. If a person quickly gets tired while walking, he probably has flat feet.

Shoes should always be selected in size. Too tight deforms the foot. However, shoes "for growth" are contraindicated. Wearing high heels, especially "stilettos", should be limited. In this case, shoes should not be on a flat sole. If there are indications, it is necessary to use orthopedic insoles. When walking, the load should be distributed evenly over the entire foot.

For prevention, you can use a special gymnastics: you need to take a regular tennis ball and roll it on the floor with your feet. Exercise will take no more than half an hour. Recommended preventive massage 3-4 times a week.


| 29 August 2015 | | 1,090 | Symptom Handbook
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chickydogbreath1: Damn this is working for me. I stand all day at work and I feel stronger than ever standing for hours and hours now. Thanks

D E: Looking forward to trying this. I've been dealing with plantar fasciitis for several years. I also have Achilles tendonosis and wondering if these exercises will help that as well?

Mae Starr: @AthleanX - when you said if you have tight calves - you had me best video on this subject - thank you! I have had plantar fasciitis for years - YEARS and used those darn balls.

Peter Rayhan: I've tried all this stuff for my heel spurs. None of it really worked for me. What has worked is to train my lower body unilaterally combined with simply standing up while curving and squeezing my toes (specifically tge big toe) without allowing the ball of the foot to lift.

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