The best treatment for heel pain is dependent on the root of the issue. There could be a variety of reasons. Certain causes are more common than others. Here's a look at a couple of the reasons and how you can take action with them.
While you might not be aware of it, there's likely to be something you're doing that's causing the problem. The best option is to stop doing what you are doing but you may require some assistance.
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What is your routine? Are you walking or running over long distances on surfaces that are hard, like sidewalks or pavements? If yes, you should be wearing shock-absorbing shoes always.
Do you have dress shoes that cause friction to your heels? If so, change to athletic shoes as often as you can and not take a walk or run in heels. If you are planning to put on higher heels It is crucial to select a quality brand that supports your ankle and doesn't rub. If you don't, you'll end in an encrusted spur that runs along the heel's back.
Do you have flip-flops on or other flat shoes that offer the arch with no assistance? If so, it is time to change to sandals that are better "orthopedic" in their nature. Also, always select shoes that have good arch support.