I had a bone spur removed from the side of my heel almost 10 years ago. That area of my bone is still sore. Not in the sense of the spur but with light pressure. My question is does that soreness ever go away? I would have thought after all these years it would. I had 2 other spurs removed from my other foot and do not have that soreness.
This pain can occur due to some soft tissue damage or due to pressure on the operated site.
As you can understand that your feet take the weight of whole of your body and there is a proper arch in your foot and normally the alignment of bones are perfect balancing your weight and causing little discomfort.
After foot surgeries and after bone spur removal if you have these problems then you have to change into comfortable footwear and talk with your orthopedician for custom orthotics if required.
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