It is most often characterized by a very localized pain in the heel (pain like a burn, a prick, a sharp tear...). Often described by patients as a "nail" or a "needle" stuck in the heel.
What are the causes of heel spurs?
The calcaneal spur would be the cause of repeated static micro-trauma, resulting in calcium deposits at the level of the lesions leading to calcification of the tendons or the surrounding fascia, over time, growths form along the tendons.
How does heel spur syndrome manifest itself?
How is the diagnosis made?