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Old 10-10-2010, 12:00 AM   #1
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Default Heel Pain

Hey people,

Playin basketball last Tuesday i noticed some pain in my heel while running etc. in the 2nd half. Anyway it wasn't so bad while i was still warm but(i could get away with walking on the front of my foot after the game) but then the next morning i was getting pain occasionally even when walking on the top of my foot.

To be honest i thought it was just some bruising to my heel so i decided to take it easy until the pain had gone, however this morning i went outside to shoot around a little with a mate did a few crossovers, nothing full pace and hurt it again so i'm beginning to think it's something more than just bruising but the only stuff i can find info on online is plantar fasciitis and heel spur related which i'm pretty sure it's not.

Any ideas?
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Old 10-10-2010, 12:29 AM   #2
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Hey people,

Playin basketball last Tuesday i noticed some pain in my heel while running etc. in the 2nd half. Anyway it wasn't so bad while i was still warm but(i could get away with walking on the front of my foot after the game) but then the next morning i was getting pain occasionally even when walking on the top of my foot.

To be honest i thought it was just some bruising to my heel so i decided to take it easy until the pain had gone, however this morning i went outside to shoot around a little with a mate did a few crossovers, nothing full pace and hurt it again so i'm beginning to think it's something more than just bruising but the only stuff i can find info on online is plantar fasciitis and heel spur related which i'm pretty sure it's not.

Any ideas?

Not sure what it is but I had similar injury. Just take a week or so off and it should be better. Also it might be your shoes, make sure they fit alright and arent too small or uncomfortable it can make it worse.
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Old 10-10-2010, 03:06 AM   #3
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Happens to everyone, i just wrap whatever hurts with some light and thin bandages.
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Old 10-28-2010, 09:18 AM   #4
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rest until it heals. run with your midfoot. try to avoid running on inclined surface too much
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Old 10-31-2010, 02:00 PM   #5
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I had a similar problem a couple years ago. Two things that i did were a) i went out and bought arch supports, or heel supports to just put into my shoe and it help the pain go away. and b) i wear two socks (on each foot) whenever i play ball cause it adds extra cushion

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