Medication An oral anti-inflammatory medication may be prescribed or recommended. If no pain relief has occurred after 2-3 weeks, then an injection of cortisone and a local anesthetic into the tender area may be advised. The injection can help relieve the pain and tenderness and make physical therapy more effective. After an injection, the athlete should avoid returning to sports for one to two weeks. A successful injection can often spare the need for surgery. Repeated injections should be avoided. Brief term treatments include ice, rest and foot message. Long term solutions include strengthening and stretching of the whole foot, appropriate shoes, and fat burning. About the Author OK, Doc, I said.” And that was it. My foot doesn’t hurt as much, it’s certainly a lot better than it was before the treatments, but I guess I was expecting a miracle. Osteophytes, also referred to as bone spurs, a build-up of bone on the vertebrae, are blamed for pinched nerves and for the narrowing of the spinal canal called spinal stenosis, among other things. Very common, and increasing in number and size with age, they are just as likely to appear in the pain-free back as in the back that aches. The design is such that it provides a proper balance to your foot. That's not all most of the brands mix anti fungal and anti bacterial things to it. So that it provides better protection. Some brands have comfort gel padding. It reduces friction, heel strike impact as well as unpleasant odor which can happen due to bacterial activities. It's available in different designs that provide support in different way so you can select one that suits your shoe and problem. It's something that is prescribed by doctors for relief and you can use it even when the problem is cured. My great aunt always wore Crocs, and she said they were the most comfortable shoes she had ever owned. After trying a few pairs of special shoes suggested by the podiatrist, she was able to stop the pain of an overstretched plantar fascia and a heel spur with an inexpensive pair of Crocs. When heel spurs are causing pain it is worth a try since Crocs are far less expensive than walking shoes or specialty shoes. If you feel pain in your foot when walking, running, or standing for a long time, you may have developed a heel spur Orthotics and arch supports—A popular and frequently effective treatment for heel pain, these devises work to support the foot better and control abnormal forces. The greatest risk associated with an orthotic is that you may pay lots of money for it and it may not totally work for you. For this reason I typically recommend a pair of quality PowerStep shoe inserts at first. We price these to be quite affordable and find many people are very happy with them. Studies have shown that for most people with heel pain a non-custom orthotic will be just as effective as a custom orthotic. In some cases, a small bump or a bit of swelling is noticed in the part of the body wherein bone spur has developed. Other than that, there are no obvious symptoms of this condition, and therefore one does not even realize that he is affected - until it manifests into a painful condition. The enormous pain that the individual suffers when the affected area is exposed to rubbing or pressure, can give a rough idea that something is wrong with the particular area - and that may be a bone spur. in this method only change is here brick should be taken and broken into small pieces.they should be heated red hot and dipped in rice washed water/tandulodaka or dasamoola kashaya.and immediately tied in a cloth in the form of bolus.the red hot bolus should be placed in the massaged part removing intermittently.before fomenting tie affected part the heat of the bolus should be tested by putting it on the palm by the person doing it to avoid burns.Contraindicated to Diabetic patients having sense disturbances. Warming-Up The athlete should move all major joints through their complete range of motion several times before starting play. Stretching and strengthening exercises help prevent injury.