Often, heel spurs don’t show any symptoms. There may not be noticeable changes in the bones and tissues around your heel. Over time, however, a bony spur will appear.
In many cases, a heel spur is painless. However, if it is linked to plantar fasciitis, it will probably hurt. You might have pain in the front part of the heel and that area might feel warm to the touch. The arch of the foot might also be affected by this condition.
If you have any of the above, your feet should be properly diagnosed by a qualified professional.