Heal that Heel Pain

Every time you walk you feel like somebody is pulling your feet? Do they feel heavy? Can’t resist your shoes anymore? When you practice your favorite sport you feel tenderness on the back of your feet? Are your Keep reading to learn all you need to know about heel pain.

What is Heel Pain?

Heel pain is a muscular condition that causes a big discomfort on this part between the foot and ankle ligament due to much strain or weight put on it. Sore heels can be healed on its own wit enough care and rest.

Heel pain generally presents beneath and behind the heel. The former can take place because of one or more problems that inflame the tissues underneath your foot. As for the latter, inflammation occurs in the area where the Achilles heel tendon gets into the heel bone. This usually happens for running too much and/or wearing inappropriate shoes. The pain continually grows, making the heel skin to get thicker, red and swollen, making difficult to wear normal shoes.

There are two kinds of pain in heel:

- Heel Pain Syndrome: This is produced by the use of uncomfortable shoes with too low heels and/or with lack or very thin heel pad. It can also be produced by a sudden increase of work (running, jumping) that causes a stress that leads to foot soreness.

- Plantar Fasciitis: Usually happens in people with flat feet. Plantar fascia is a fibrous tissue that goes from the foot bottom along, from the heel into the forefoot. Foot pronation makes the fascia get strained and inflamed, which results in heel and foot nerve pain.
Other conditions derived from pain heel are:

- Stone bruise: A bruise you may get on your heel pad or underside when stepping on a stone or rock. It disappears by itself.

- Heel Spurs: When plantar fasciitis is not treated on time, a heel spur or calcium lump can appear between the heel bone and the fascia.
Heel pain treatment is a matter of good care, and the keys are SHOCK ABSORPTION and REST.

Leg Wedge Pillow Relieves Your Heel

It gives your heel cushioning to elevate your heel and spread pressure through your feet thanks to the shock absorbing properties of memory foam, maintaining its density and regular shape.

It is a practical and versatile heel rest you can use to lighten up your legs and feet, that gives a cloud-like cradling that helps reduce foot heel pain, inflammation and swelling; and preserves any protrusion your heels may have for their faster healing.
It is very easy to use, with a folding or unfolding turn you have a leg wedge or a foot support, respectively. It is totally adaptable since it is able to conform exactly to your ankles, heels and feet; and is the most comfortable heel pain aid, no drawbacks or interferences in your lifestyle. 

It is made of a 100% safe stuffing as the hypoallergenic memory foam. And most of it, it has proven multi-benefits in the treatment of Orthopedic problems and the overall improvement of Orthopedic Health.

Recommending Leg Wedge Pillow for Heel Pain

The Leg Wedge Pillow gives your heel cushioning to elevate your heel and spread pressure through your feet thanks to the shock absorbing properties of memory foam, maintaining its density and regular shape. The Leg Wedge Pillow is a practical and versatile heel rest you can use to lighten up your legs and feet, that gives a cloud-like cradling that helps reduce foot heel pain, inflammation and swelling. Having all these benefits for your heel, it'll be very useful and practical to get one if you suffer from this condition by clicking on the link below.

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