„Neither the spur shape nor size significantly correlated with symptoms.”
Our previous posts proved that, against the common belief in the medicine market, the research indicate that it is not degenerative changes which are responsible for pain conditions.
Discopathy, chondromalacia of the kneecap, general degenerations, damaged meniscus -not including direct injuries – are the effects of disbalance in the musculo-fascio-visceral system. They are only the symptoms, not the cause, of the conditions. Inspired by the news from our patients, gathered from all over the world, we would like to add that it is also the case for the so-called Calcaneal (heel) spur.
Calcaneal spur can exist for decades and still go undetected, simultaneously, the patient without calcaneal spur can feel immense foot pain.
Why, then, when the foot is hurting it is always the spur which is being blamed for the pain?
Sadly, the answer is simple – it is the lack of holistic perspective on the matter.
Of course, heel pain can be caused by local problems. Soft tissues surrounding calcaneus (heel bone) after years or decades of uneven weight distribution become calloused. But, since the weight was unevenly distributed we have to consider what failed in the human organism and led to this situation?
To answer this this question, and determine the cause and treatment, we must analyse patient’s past and properly examine all tissues and muscles to draw conclusions – in short, dedicate our time to it!
If you’re suffering from those problems, we invite you to visit our clinic.
Together, we will find the solution.