Two general conditions that can rationalization pain to the marrow of the heel are plantar fasciitis and heel spur(s). Although there are many reasons of heel pain in both children and adults, most can be sufficiently treated without surgery. When chronic heel pain fails to react to conservative treatment, surgical superintendency may be warranted. Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of a stringy wreath of tissue in the marrow of the foot that extends from the heel unorthodoxy to the toes. Heel Spur(s) or heel spur syndrome are the results of pressure on the muscles and fascia of the foot. This stress may result in a spur on the marrow of the heel. While many spurs are painless others may produce chronic pain There are many other causes of heel pain, which has one of the most common foot problems reported by patients of podiatric physicians. Many of them have a understructure in heredity, as do a lot of other foot conditions.