Heel Spurs

Definition of Heel Spurs:

Also known as Plantar Fasciitis.  There are no visible signs, but symptoms include severe pain on the bottom of the heel after rest (rising from bed or sitting); pulling your 'toes towards your nose' causes pain; firm pressure with the thumb indicates a deep tender spot in or around the middle of the sole of the heel.  The plantar fascia is a tight ligament that stretches along the bottom from the heel bone to the ball of the foot.  If small fibers of this connective tissue begin to tear away from the heel bone, the body responds by depositing calcium in an attempt to "glue" the detached fibers back on to the heel.  Heel spurs ("bone spurs" or calcaneal spurs) can develop if the fascia is continuously under tension, and be reabsorbed by the body or become symptom-free when the tension is released.

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Heel Pain

...the condition
“...Women have a significantly higher incidence of heel spurs due to certain types of footwear that are worn on a regular basis...”
...recommendation Silica Cell Salt
“There have been reports of heel spurs resolving with this homeopathic remedy.”
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Plantar Fasciitis

...related topic
“Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation caused by excessive stretching of the plantar fascia, which can also lead to heel pain, arch pain and heel spurs.”

Psoriatic Arthritis

...the condition
“...Common examples of these conditions are heel spurs, tennis elbow and tendinitis of the Achilles tendon (cord at the back of the heel)...”


...as a treatment
“...The vitamin K2 would probably be more rapid in removing calcium from plaques and heel spurs than zeolite...”
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