Exercise 1 – Lay your hands straight on the wall in front of you also simultaneously placing one foot in front of the other. Keep both your heels flat on the ground then bend your knees slowly so that you can feel the lower part of the leg stretch slightly. Maintain this position for roughly 15 seconds and go over this stretch again. This serves in stretching the lower leg and by doing this you can discharge the stress placed on the lower leg and plantar fascia. What Is the Yoga Pose Where You Lie on the Floor & Place Your Right Ankle on Your Left Knee? Resources References The most common cause of heel pain and heel spurs is a condition called Plantar Fasciitis (sometimes misspelled Planter Fascitis). This is Latin for inflammation of the Plantar Fascia. The Plantar Fascia is the broad band of fibrous tissue that runs under the foot and that forms your arch. Because of a number of different factors the plantar fascia are being overly stretched and this continuous pulling results in inflammation and pain at the heel, at the point where the ligaments insert into the heel bone. This simple process invigorates the feet and opens and closes blood vessels. When you're finished, use a moisturizing lotion to help massage the feet. The body's response to this process is put calcium in the area of the front bottom segment of the heel , resulting in the skinny heel spur Treatment of heel spurs is the similar as cure of plantar fasciitis. Since these problems are related, the treatment is the equal. The first step in the treatment of a heel spur is short term rest and inflammation control.Do daily correct Exercises we can get heel spur relief There feet relieving pain procedures can be used for all kinds of foot pain. Baths of hot and cold water can be very helpful for reducing swelling and pain. There are many treatments for heel pain. Your doctor should customize a treatment plan depending on individual factors including lifestyle, foot types and any other associated illnesses. Treatment should not only concentrate on the heel but also on the person as a whole. Many factors both physical and physchological may be important to consider. In addition, weight control, systemic medical conditions and injuries should be evaluated. Evaluations consist of a thorough history and physical, x-rays, diagnostic ultrasound and MRI if necessary. Referrals to other specialists may be needed if there are associated medical conditions. Plantar Fasciitis – It is possibly the most common cause of heel pain And it is the middle-age men and women who are at a greater risk of developing the pain However the problem (or pain ) hits all age-groups. The sufferer feels severe pain in his/her heel during the morning-hours, however the pain subsides gradually. Once these have been tried if the pain is still extreme there may be further measures needed to give you comfort from your Plantar Fasciitis. The doctor may decide a shoe modification is necessary and have orthotics made that will be worn inside your shoes to relieve this condition.