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Most Comfortable Shoes for Heel Spurs

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  • "Such a relief for my feet. I experience heel spurs pretty constantly and has struggled to find shoes that would help me alleviate the pain. Well, I have to say that I have found them. They fit well and have great arch support. They have reduced my heel spurs as well as my fasciitis symptoms. I can walk much easier and longer now. So happy I got these shoes! "
    • Kathy B.
Goodbye, foot pain.

Most Comfortable Shoes for Heel Spurs

Go far as you choose in our pain relief shoes for heel spurs. You'll feel their advanced comfort from the first step of the day to the last.
THE BEST SHOES FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS RELIEF
  • "Such a relief for my feet. I experience heel spurs pretty constantly and has struggled to find shoes that would help me alleviate the pain. Well, I have to say that I have found them. They fit well and have great arch support. They have reduced my heel spurs as well as my fasciitis symptoms. I can walk much easier and longer now. So happy I got these shoes! "
    • Kathy B.
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What Causes Heel Spurs?

Additional Support and Cushion in The Heel Is Critical for People with Heel Spurs. 
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
Heel spurs are often caused by strains on foot muscles and ligaments, stretching of the plantar fascia, and repeated tearing of the membrane that covers the heel bone.
Heel spurs develop over time. They don’t suddenly appear after a workout or a sports event. Heel spurs tend to occur when you ignore early symptoms like heel pain.
Heel spurs may also be caused by:
  • Arthritis
  • Bruising of the heel
  • Excess body weight
  • Poorly fitted shoes
  • Walking gait issues
Many people who have heel spurs also have plantar fasciitis. This painful condition deals with the tough, fibrous tissue that runs between your heel and toes. Having plantar fasciitis increases your risk of eventually developing heel spurs.

How to Choose Shoes for Heel Spurs

Comfortable Shoes Are Key to Managing Pain Associated with Heel Spurs.
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
The more support you have, the better off you’ll be. In general, though, here are a few things you should look for:
Arch support: Unsupportive and underpadded footwear is a contributing cause of bone spurs. The best shoes for bone spurs will provide arch support which aligns the ankles, knees, and hips to prevent walking abnormalities and lessens the overall strain on the foot.
Supportive heel cups: Additional cushion in the heel is critical for people with heel spurs. WALKHERO premium orthotic insole features a special foam heel pad built in. The heel cup hugs the heel as you step into the shoe and absorbs shock for easy stepping. Combine that with a cloud-like sole and you’ll never want to take these shoes for bone spurs off.
Contoured and cushioned sole: Having some cushioning in the sole of the shoe is ideal. If the cushioning is too soft it may cause extra strain. It is important to get a sole that is responsive and cushioned so that it can help you propel forward.
Comfort and fit well: Whether or not you have a foot condition such as a heel spur, comfort should take top priority. Fit is also important, as this helps ensure you are stable during movement.
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?

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Prevent Pain From Plantar Fasciitis
Prevent Pain From Plantar Fasciitis
Finding the best shoes for heel spurs can make more of a difference than you may think. We designed WalkHero® supportive shoes specifically for people who suffer heel spurs. With our line of shoes with arch support, you can rest easy knowing your feet are getting the help they need.
While heel and arch support are important, we also think that your shoes should be practical and stylish. That’s why all of our supportive shoes for heel spurs have been designed in all the latest trends and styles, giving you complete freedom to express your true personality.
Whether you are looking for comfortable wedges for everyday wear or you’re shopping for the perfect strappy sandal for your weekly happy hour, our line of shoes for heel spurs has everything you need.

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WalkHero® Innovative Pain Relief Technology

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Arch Support
Arch Support
Anatomical arch support orthotics will address your foot needs to relieve pain from plantar fasciitis.
Heel Protection
Heel Protection
The customized support and unsurpassed cushioning, work wonders to ease the pain in the heel.
Wide Toe-Box
Wide Toe-Box
The extra wide & roomy toe box design offers a comfortable fit, the toes are not compressed but have room to spread.
Cushioning Sole
Cushioning Sole
Uses lightweight EVA midsole responsive cushioning that delivers comfort for shock absorption.
Extra Breathable
Extra Breathable
A new air mesh upper helps you stay cool while providing a snug-yet-secure fit, and preventing blisters.
Quick Transitions
Quick Transitions
We use injected rubber to help reduce your ground contact times, keeping your stride quick and efficient.

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Best Heel Spurs shoes For Men and women

Buy A Pair of WalkHero Arch Support Shoes for Heel Spurs & Experience The Difference.

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WALKHERO orthopedic shoes deliver excellent arch support without the need for thick inserts or expensive, custom orthotics.

Superior arch support starts with our patented Foot-Care™ technology, which delivers natural cushioning and dynamically hugs your heel with every step. Every foot is unique, and our built-in orthotic insoles adapt to fit your needs by being matched to your unique foot geometry for superior support with customized layers of cushioning and arch support.

For the greatest comfort, we recommend wearing your new WALKHERO footwear for just a few hours for the first few days to allow your feet to adjust to the new level of orthotic comfort and support. Within 1-2 weeks you should find the product completely comfortable and supportive.

What does a heel spur look like?

Occasionally heel spurs may create a bump under the skin. However, heel spurs aren’t usually visible externally. They can only really be seen on an X-ray where they appear as smooth, bony projections.
What’s the difference between heel spurs and plantar fasciitis?
There’s a distinct difference between a heel spur and plantar fasciitis, but the two are closely related. A heel spur is a bony projection that occurs from the bottom of the heel along the course of the plantar fascia. It will vary in size but is usually not larger than half an inch. A heel spur may have no symptoms associated with it. It’s often discovered on an X-ray.

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition in which there’s an inflammatory process occurring where the plantar fasciitis attaches to the heel. This occurs because of an abnormal force being placed on it. Excess weight, overuse, or wearing shoes without a supporting arch can cause an abnormal force.

As a general rule, plantar fasciitis will subside on its own over a period of time regardless of the treatment. A heel spur will be there permanently unless surgery is required. Fortunately, surgery is rarely needed.
What’s the treatment for heel spurs?
Healthcare providers treat heel spurs the same way they treat plantar fasciitis. That’s because heel pain blamed on heel spurs is actually caused by plantar fasciitis. Treating the symptoms of plantar fasciitis can ease the pain associated with heel spurs. Typical treatment includes:
Resting your heel. If you run or jog, taking a break will help your heel pain.
Using cold packs or ice. “Icing” the bottom of your foot can help ease heel pain.
Taking oral anti-inflammatory medicine.
Wear footwear or shoe inserts that support your arches and protect your plantar fascia by cushioning the bottom of your foot.
How to relieve heel spur pain?
It’s often possible to relieve heel spur pain with regular icing and over-the-counter pain relievers. Orthotics can also be helpful for reducing pressure and discomfort. A doctor may recommend physical therapy for pain-reducing stretching and strengthening exercises to help heel spurs. When the pain from heel spurs doesn’t improve using these methods, a doctor may prescribe stronger pain relievers or anti-inflammatory medications or injections. In rare instances, surgery may be recommended to remove heel spurs.
Do heel spurs go away?
Heel spurs do not go away on their own. There’s no easy way to fix heel spurs. However, it’s often possible to manage symptoms with a combination of therapies including icing, stretching, orthotics, night splits, and pain relievers. For heel spurs that don’t improve using these therapies, a doctor may recommend surgery in order to remove the heel spurs. However, surgery is usually considered a last resort when more conservative solutions aren’t effective.

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