"Dr. Burton S. Schuler, Morton's Toe Expert"- Author of Why You Really Hurt, It All Starts In the Foot.



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Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Pain, Heel Spurs,

There are many reasons for your heels and arches to hurt especially upon raising or by the end of the day, some of them are

• Plantar Fasciitis

• Heel Spurs

• Heel Bursitis

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition where the plantar fascia gets swollen and inflamed, again due to abnormal pronation.

WHAT IS A HEEL SPUR? The heel bone is the largest bone in the foot and absorbs the most stress. A heel spur is an abnormal growth of bone either at the back of the heel, or most commonly on the bottom of the heel. The most common symptom of a heel spur is to have pain when first getting out of bed in the morning, or after resting for 20 minutes then getting up.
WHY DO WE GET HEEL SPURS OR HEEL SPUR SYNDROME? The most common reasons for heel spurs and heel pain is due to excessive stress and stains applied to the heel bone and the soft tissues structures that attach to the heel bone when we walk. This abnormal stress and strain is caused by Abnormal Pronation, which is the result of having a Morton’s Toe