Jerome Kaplan has 30 plus years of experience in the foot health products CeriseaMedica Plus Review business. He recommends everyone take foot care seriously, because minor problems today can turn into disasters when ignored.Sore heels are no fun. Here you can learn about how to treat them and how to prevent the pain from happening in the future. The cause and the appropriate treatment depend on where it hurts or when the pain occurs.
Pain on the back of the heel can be caused by wearing shoes that fit improperly or are poorly padded. High heels are notorious for causing the problem and can actually lead to the formation of a spur, a calcium deposit on the bone.Changing regularly from dress shoes or high heels to sports shoes is a good solution. Heel cups may help, as well, but if the style of shoe has a very low heel area, they might not work. If a blister or callus is forming in the area, you definitely need to change your shoes. Use corn pads or blister patches until the area heals.
Bottom of the Heel Spurs can cause pain on the boot of the heel, as well, because they can form on the bottom of the heel bone. But, plantar fasciitis, an irritation of the elastic band that supports the arch of the foot, is the most common cause of pain on the bottom of the heel.