Calcaneal or a Heel spur is protrusion of a bone in the heel, caused by extra deposit of calcium.
It is common in athletes.
What causes it?
Strain on foot muscles and ligaments.
Repeated tearing of the membrane covering the heel bone.
Running or jogging on hard surfaces.
Sharp pain in the heels, especially in the morning while getting out of bed, or standing up after sitting for a long time.
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