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Pain in the heel

I have pain in the left heel and am told it is due to spur. A small out growth in the heel bone. Giving problem while walking.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani Noida | Physiotherapist
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Stretch Calves Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching. Sports Taping. Hot Fomentation.
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Dr. Priyanka Bhati Faridabad | Physiotherapist
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Dear friend
If you take few physiotherapy sessions and wear silicone heels you will see the difference within few days but just don't delay and visit the nearby physiotherapy center.
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Tack calcium and magnesium tab. With kachnar gugulu and vidhrathi hari vati ras under ayurveda doctor guidens may you need to tack this line of treatment for at least 2 month and if you can't tolerant pain now you can tack ibuprofen or any other pain killer under doctor guidens.
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Dr. Raviraj Francis Mumbai | Physiotherapist
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Hello there...if it is a confirmed case of calcaneal spur (x-ray of feet) then it can be managed conservatively as well as through local steroid injection.... usually 65 % of cases of calcaneal spur respond to conservative oral anti infalammatory medicines along with Local Ultrasound application for 7 days..this has to be coupled with local footwear changes and sole stretching exercises...if conservative methods dont bring much relief then a local steroid injection brings relief in 90% of the cases.

Regards & take care.

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Dr. Swathi S Aithal Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello .
Well I would suggest you to meet an orthopaedician and consult him and ask of it requires any surgical intervention...please meet the orthopaedician in person...it is also a common cause of chronic pain....thank you
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