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Do You Need to Have Heel Spurs? Take Our Quiz To Find Out

Heel spurs are a common foot condition that can cause pain and difficulty walking. If you are experiencing these symptoms, it is important to visit your doctor and find out if you have heel spurs. In this article, we will provide a quiz that will help you determine whether or not you have this condition. Take the quiz now to find out.

Do You Have Heel Spurs?

If you're experiencing heel pain, you may be wondering if you have heel spurs. Heel spurs are a common cause of heel pain, but they're not the only possibility. Take the quiz below to help determine whether your heel pain is being caused by heel spurs or something else:


  • Do you have pain when you walk or run?

If you're experiencing pain when you walk or run, it's likely that you have heel spurs. Heel spurs are often associated with repetitive motion, so if you're doing activities that involve repetitive motion, your pain is likely being caused by heel spurs. Other conditions can cause heel pain, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Do you have redness in your foot?

Redness in your foot can be one of the indications that you have a heel spur.  However, other conditions can also cause redness, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Do you have swelling in your feet or ankles?

Swelling in your feet or ankles can also be an indication that you have heel spurs. However, other conditions can also cause swelling, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Do you have numbness or tingling in your foot?

If you're experiencing numbness or tingling in your foot, you may have heel spurs. However, other conditions can cause these symptoms, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Does it feel worse when you stand?

If your pain is worse when you stand, you likely have heel spurs. Heel spurs are often associated with repetitive motion, so if you're doing activities that involve repetitive motion, your pain is likely being caused by heel spurs.


  • Do you have morning stiffness in your foot?

Morning stiffness in your foot can be one of the indications that you have a heel spur. However, other conditions can also cause morning stiffness, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Do you have pain when you touch your heel?

If you have pain when you touch your heel, you likely have heel spurs. Heel spurs are often associated with inflammation, so if you're experiencing pain when you touch your heel, the pain is likely being caused by inflammation.


  • Do you have difficulty walking?

If you have difficulty walking, you may have heel spurs. Heel spurs can cause pain and difficulty walking, so if you're experiencing these symptoms, your pain is likely being caused by heel spurs. Other conditions can cause heel pain, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Do you have difficulty wearing shoes?

If you have difficulty wearing shoes, you likely have heel spurs. Heel spurs can cause pain and difficulty walking, so if you're experiencing these symptoms, your pain is likely being caused by heel spurs. Other conditions can cause heel pain, so it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


  • Do you have a bump on your heel?

If you have a bump on your heel, you may have heel spurs. Heel spurs can cause a bump on the heel, so if you're experiencing this symptom, your pain is likely being caused by heel spurs.


  • Do you have any other symptoms?

Other symptoms are associated with heel spurs, so if you're experiencing any of these symptoms, it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis. Some of the other symptoms that can be associated with heel spurs include stiffness in the morning, fatigue, and headache. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, it's important to visit your doctor to get a diagnosis.


If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may have heel spurs. Heel spurs are a common condition that can cause pain in your feet. The good news is that there are treatments available that can help relieve your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Call us today to find out which treatment is right for you. We can help you get back on your feet and feel better in no time.

Remember, The 3 Arches of Your Feet Still Need Support!

Maybe you have already felt the first symptoms of balance disorders or you want to prevent them from appearing in the first place. Consider getting a foot orthotic device or simply take care of your feet. Start by washing them thoroughly with a gentle soap whenever you take a shower. Being a very complex support system, your feet are your first line of defense against balance-related issues, since their arches provide you with the stability you need in your daily life. It’s time to put your foot down and push back against balance issues. With both feet on the ground, dedicate yourself to keeping them comfortable and healthy. Give us a call and we will scan your feet to make you custom orthotic inserts.


The Shoe Doctor has specialized in providing custom orthotics for 20 years. The right orthotic insoles can greatly reduce foot, knee and hip pain while increasing performance and comfort. Russell at The Shoe Doctor will help educate and assist you in finding the perfect solution for your particular situation. We will create a 3D map of your feet and make custom orthotics for your hiking boots, everyday shoes, and everything else in between. These orthotics, along with our expert advice, will get you using orthotics like a pro, and have you performing at the peak of your abilities in no time!  If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, give The Shoe Doctor a call to get the best custom orthotics in the area! We are here to assist you, schedule your free consultation here!

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