It is also called heel spur because it is located at the heel and causes heel pain. A small osteophytes formation at the calcaneus (heel bone) can cause mild to intense pain. It can be confirmed by X-ray.


  • Repetitive stress
  • Calcium deposition
  • Obese people and womens who frequently wear high heeled shoes are more prone to heel spurs.


  • Heel pain (mild to severe)
  • More Pain at waking up in the morning or after long rest
  • Sometimes not able to walk due to pain


  • Oral medicines
  • Agnikarma
  • Rakta-Mokshana:

Blood is drawn in very little quantity as shown in picture. It provides fast pain relief within seconds.