What is Heel pain or heel spur?

Heel pain normally is caused by heel spur which is a bony growth at the attachment of the plantar fascia to the heel bone. A heel spur can occur (with repetitive pulling of the plantar fascia) on a foot with no symptoms at all and a painful heel can have no heel spur present.
Heel Pain or Heel Spurs

Heel Spurs Symptoms

Heel pain caused by heel spur is often worse in the morning on first rising from bed or after rising from sitting. Pain is present on the sole of the heel and the heel may be slightly swollen and warm. The pain is often described as feeling “like a stone bruise” although there is no history of injury and the onset is gradual.

Who suffers from Heel Spurs?

Heel spurs occur due to a calcium deficiency –a common concern among the aging. When deficient, the body begins to leach calcium from the bones. In many people this happens to be in the heel of the foot or some other weak area of the body. As the calcium is being leached, it forms an eruption (similar to a volcano). This eruption is the bone spur. When the body is fed the right amount of “good” calcium the eruption subsides – along with the pain.

The best way to eliminate this “leaching process” (calcium deficiency) SAFELY, is to supplement your diet with a specially tested formulation of calcium along with the other vital minerals mentioned above. Please see a medical professional if you suspect you have a heel spur.

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Gravity Defyer’s can’t fix a calcium deficiency, but they can help you to be more comfortable during treatment.

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