HEEL SPURS/CALCANEAL SPURS

Definition:

Known as the "toothache in the foot", a heel spur is a nail-like excess bone that grows on the sole of the heel bone (calcaneal bone). This solid growth is found around the ligaments and tendons of the foot, where they attach to the heel bone. The spur grows from the bone and into the flesh of the foot.

Causes:

The heel bone is protected from impact by several layers of fatty tissue. Pain is caused when the nail-like, heel spur disrupts this tissue and inflames the plantar fascia, a fibrous band of connecting tissue that extends from the heel bone to the toes and supports the arch. The inflammation or tear of the plantar fascia is called plantar fasciitis.

Why You Need Hydrofeet™ Liquid Orthotic Massaging Insoles:

Hydrofeet™ align your feet and distribute the weight of your feet evenly, giving instant treatment for heel spurs. And, it soothes the irritated muscles attached to the heel bone. They also massage your feet, increasing circulation. This increase in circulation appears to slowly dissipate calcium buildup. It's accomplished as fluid pumps up and down along the arches of your feet to the ball of your feet.

 

Satisfied Customers:

"I had a bone spur in the heel of my foot, which usually requires orthotics or surgery. Since I'm using your insoles, I'm virtually free of pain."

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