Sharp Heel Pain: Self Treatment You Can Count On
Do you suffer from sharp heel pain? Is your heel pain constant, nagging and debilitating? Unfortunately, almost everyone will deal with heel pain at one time or another.
What’s worse, sharp heel pain can happen to anyone, regardless of physical fitness, gender or even body type. In fact, those who are physically active are many times at more risk for heel pain or heel spurs. Many professionals suggest surgery as a solution for heel pain and heel spurs. However, surgery is invasive, expensive, and has long recovery times. Even more risky, with surgery, your feet may never be the same, and your heel pain may continue.
Imagine a self-treatment for heel pain that you can do at home. What if this heel pain treatment was as simple as a shoe that would cradle your heel for complete comfort so you can forget your heel pain and have the energy to feel better and do more?
The revolutionary KURUSOLE™ technology built into every KURU shoe is so powerful for heel pain, it is patented. This proven technology is designed to work with your body so you can heal from your pain. Unlike other shoes that are flat, this simple technology hugs your heel for improved cushioning and relief from your heel spurs.
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A Patented Solution for Heel Pain
The unique KURUSOLE™ dynamically flexes to cradle your heels. This gives you exceptional support and cushioning so your body can heal from your heel pain. The secret is how KURUSOLE™ works to keep your fat pad under your heel for natural comfort. No other shoe adapts to your feet like KURU. This means you can have a better quality of life so you can focus on others and not be distracted by your pain.
To top it off, the unique KURUSOLE™ dynamically flexes to cradle your heels. This gives you exceptional support and cushioning to help alleviate your heel pain. No other shoe adapts to your feet like KURU. This means you can have a better quality of life so you can focus on others and not be distracted by your pain
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Why Others Love KURU
I've been wearing Kuru shoes for at least 8 months. At the time I started wearing these shoes I had heel pain in my left foot. Now my heel pain is gone. I will always wear Kuru.
I tried every shoe advertised for heel pain and nothing helped. I've done every stretch recommended to no avail. I started wearing your shoe and have finally realized, my pain is about 99% gone.
Used my shoes from Kuru to go hiking in Colorado. I didn't feel any pain from my plantar fasciitis during hikes of several hours. I will order more Kuru shoes based on the success I have had.
You Should Know
With the potential to help the millions suffering from plantar fasciitis, KURU is a leading solution for those with plantar fasciitis.
Heel spurs, which are small bone growths, may start out as small annoyances but quickly become debilitating. Many of the symptoms of heel spurs are similar to plantar fasciitis. In fact, 70% of those who suffer from plantar fasciitis also have a heel spur.
Heel Spur Help
Under X-Ray, heel spurs show up as small growths of bone under the heel. Bone spurs commonly form in the same area as where the plantar fascia connects to the heel bone.
Usually, sharp heel pain in the foot is the beginning stages of plantar fasciitis. Because heel spurs usually occur alongside plantar fasciitis, it's the inflammation of the plantar fascia that causes the pain, not the spur itself.
What Causes Heel Pain
The plantar fascia is a thick, fibrous connective tissue that runs from the heel to the ball of the foot. This strong and tight tissue helps support and maintain the shape of the arch. It is also one of the major transmitters of weight across the foot as you walk or run, which places tremendous stress on the plantar fascia.
When you have plantar fasciitis, the plantar fascia becomes inflamed and degenerative. This makes normal activities quite painful. Symptoms are usually at their worst in the morning after sleep. At that time, the plantar fascia is tight, so even simple movements stretch the plantar fascia, causing severe heel pain. As you begin to loosen the plantar fascia, the pain usually subsides, but often returns with prolonged standing or walking. Usually, heel spurs form in response to plantar fasciitis. However, while 70 percent of patients with plantar fasciitis have a heel spur, X-rays show that almost 50 percent of patients with no symptoms of plantar fasciitis also have a heel spur. As a result, many people have heel spurs and do not even know it.
Because plantar fasciitis, heel spurs and heel pain are related, treating them is very similar.
The first step in self heel pain treatment is upgrading to better, more supportive shoes. KURU shoes are a cost effective solution to help prevent the sharp heel pain in your foot. KURU’s proprietary KURUSOLE™ technology cups your heels better than any other shoe for superior all-day wear.
With KURU, our superior technology gives you amazing arch support combined with a super comfortable heel cup to help you heal naturally. Forget about your heel pain so you can go longer, and do more.
With almost 9 out of 10 of customers recommending KURU to others, you can trust KURU shoes for plantar fasciitis to offer amazing comfort, stability and support. The strongest proof comes directly from someone who's life has been transformed by KURU. Robert, one of our fans, wrote, “they are by far the most comfortable shoe I have ever worn and have all but cured an acute case of plantar fasciitis. This sounds like hype, but they are the best thing since sliced bread!"
DISCLAIMER: The information on this site is for informational purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment by a trained medical professional. If your plantar fasciitis symptoms persist, this could be a sign of a more serious condition. Because everyone´s feet and body are different, results are not guaranteed and may vary from the customer experiences and testimonials shared on this site. Always consult a trained medical professional prior to any treatment regimen.