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Hello sir i’m suffering from heel spur in my right foot. Can I take aceclofenac paracetamol serratiopeptidase medicine twice or thrice in a week?

4 Doctors Answered
Get treated with ultrasonic therapy which would directly heal the calcaneal spur (inflammation of the calcaneum bone) which causes the heel pain in majority of the cases. Along with ultrasonic therapy, shortwave diathermy also can be given. Simultaneously it is better to wear mcr chappals (micro cellular rubber) which will help to transfer the weight evenly in the feet so that the weight will be completely felt in the heel area. Simultaneously it is better to wear mcr chappals (micro cellular rubber) which will help to transfer the plantar fascitis weight evenly in the feet so that the weight will be completely felt in the heel area. You shall do contrast bath to relieve this pain. Contrast bath is nothing but keeping in one tub hot water (bearable heat) and in another tub cold water ask your father to apply ice in the painful area which would definitely help to greater extent. If still the pain persists then it is better to keep tens stimulation at one of the nearby physiotherapy clinics.
U can. But u need to treat calcaneal spur for permanent relief. take homeopathic medicines for this
Go with wax bath in physiotherapy clinic you will become perfect within week, along with us and electrical stimulation needed.
Thanks for query ma'am first of heel spur is not a clinical symptom. It's a radiological finding. So please tell what problem you have because we doctors are taught to treat patients and not x rays regards.
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