Heel Pain

Causes of Heel Pain

Location for most heel pain

Sciatica pain can be felt down the leg and into heel of your foot. Sciatica pain symptoms may be caused by general compression and/or irritation of one of five nerve roots that give rise to the sciatic nerve, or by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve itself.

Lateral Plantar Nerve Entrapment: A squeezing or squishing of the lateral plantar nerve. This nerve passes through the tarsal tunnel between the abductor hallusis muscle and the quadratus planus muscle. Entrapment of this nerve causes pain in under the heel on the inside (medial aspect) and up into the inside of the ankle.

Sever's disease (also called calcaneal apophysitis) is the most common cause of heel pain in children (7-10 years) and teenagers (12-15 years). Pain is caused by repetitive stresses to the growth plates of the heel bone.


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9 FREE Tips to Treat Heel Pain

  1. Take a load off! Put your feet up - take a break - especially at the beginning when you first feel pain in your heels.
  2. Wear Far Infrared Socks to stimulate natural healing and cell rejuvenation.
  3. If the pain is severe in the beginning - Ice packs (a bag of frozen peas works well) will help to reduce initial swelling.
  4. Gentle stretching and strengthening exercises will help to increase flexibility of tendons and ligaments.
  5. Your doctor may suggest several foot massages.
  6. Drink plenty of fresh water to aid the circulatory system.
  7. Wear supportive shoes - avoid going barefoot.
  8. If you are overweight, make an effort to shed a few pounds. Your feet will like you for it.
  9. Wear a fresh, clean pair of Far Infrared Socks every day, to help improve the circulation in your feet and reduce your heel pain.

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