Bone Spurs are more commonly found in people who have suffered from heel pain, although the spurs themselves do not cause any pain. They can protrude up to a couple of centimetres in severe cases though and can provide discomfort. Although they can be caused by natural causes, ill-fitting shoes also play a prominent role. Insoles for Bone Spurs are available in a number of styles and sizes, with the manufacturers having studied the condition. Insoles for Bone Spurs provide the support needed to help control the condition.
Calcaneal Spurs are developed through a build up of calcium in the heel. This is something that builds up through time and is caused by excess wear on the feet. They are particularly common in athletes, especially those who do a considerable amount of running and jumping due to the strain this puts on the heels but there are a number of cause that can result in Calcaneal Spurs. Calcaneal Spurs can be related with pain - not because the spur itself is painful, but because there is a risk of soft-tissue damage around the spur that can be painful.
Insoles for Calcaneal Spurs provide support and comfort for the heel. Not only does this help control the heel spur, but can also help to prevent it in the first place. The support team here at Shoe Insoles work closely with the manufacturers to ensure the insoles are offering the correct amount of support in the right places on the foot. By supporting the foot and heel, it reduces the strain on the heel and can reduce the build up of the calcium.
There are a large variety of sizes and styles for Insoles for Calcaneal Spurs. Finding the right fit is essential for your foot for it has the potential to cause more harm than good if the wrong size is being used as this will only increase the strain on the foot.
If you require more information about the Insoles for Calcaneal Spurs range, please contact Shoe Insoles on 020 7501 1102 or via the "Contact us" page found on this website.
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