Understanding Heel Spurs: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Lifestyle Changes

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Lifestyle Changes for Managing Heel Spurs

Making certain lifestyle changes can help manage the symptoms of heel spurs. This may include wearing supportive and properly fitting footwear, avoiding activities that exert excessive stress on the feet, maintaining a healthy weight to reduce pressure on the heels, and incorporating stretching exercises into daily routine to improve flexibility and reduce strain on the plantar fascia.

In addition, using orthotic devices or heel pads in shoes can provide cushioning and support to the heel, helping to alleviate discomfort and reduce the impact on the affected area during daily activities.

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