Hurst Podiatry Blog

I have a heel spur, is that a problem?

Probably not. Many people have heel spurs, and it is a bit of misconception that they are a huge problem. It is possible if the spur fractures or gets large enough to interfere with surrounding anatomy that they become a problem but, in most cases, they exist without causing any problems. If you think they might be causing you can issue, or you just want to check we’re very happy to walk you through what can and needs to be done.

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