OPTM Health Care – Calcaneal Treatment

Apurba Ganguly is a researcher, scientist and inventor who envisaged a happy and healthy society. His pioneering research work has become an integral part of alternative medicine that advocates the process of eradicating stress disorder and pain permanently. In 2011, Apurba Ganguly went beyond the limitations of traditional medical practices and founded OPTM Health Care which together with AG Herbs offers natural unique solutions with its Organic Phyto Therapeutic Method. Through his dedicated research, spanning over 30 years, he brought hope to millions across the world suffering from stress and chronic pain.

Calcaneal spur is a condition, where calcium gets accumulated at the base of your heel bone. In fact, this is visible in the form of tiny protrusion. This is mainly formed due to ceaseless stress on the bone spur. Thus, you could see that the deformity occurs due to the piling up of the calcium deposits on one another. For your information calcaneal spur can be noticed with the help of the radiological examination.

Primarily, it is caused due to the deposition of the calcium on the lower portion of the heel bone. In addition to this, it is also caused due to the elongation of the plantar fascia, due to constant stress on the ligaments and muscles of your foot. Besides these, wear and tear of the membranes covering the bone spur is also responsible for causing the calcaneal spur. You need to be careful because jogging or continuous running on rough terrain also causes the problem. Prior buying shoes you need to check out that because it also enhances the problem to a greater level. People having obesity, diabetes should be very cautious. Moreover, you should not overstress yourself with constant physical activity. People with high arches or flat shaped feet should be careful because this also plays an important role in causing the problem.

Some of the common symptoms are:

  • You might feel terrible pain after running or jogging.
  • You could feel a chronic or sporadic pain due to the formation of the inflammation on the spur.
  • Whenever you try to walk or stand up in the morning, you might feel a pinch in the lower portion of your feet.
  • There is no fixed time when you would feel the problem, it might appear any time.