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What is Pump Bump? Pump bump is common in women who wear high heels almost every day. The hard back of a pump-style shoe can create pressure that aggravates the heel bone when walking. The bony enlargement may cause Achilles tendonitis or bursitis due to constant irritation from pump-style shoes.What causes a bump in the foot?
Blisters and/or callouses on and around the bump due to increased friction from shoes 2 When the bony lump of Haglund's deformity rubs against shoes, it can cause other nearby tissues to become inflamed. Bursitis: Inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac that cushions a tendon against bone, can cause swelling and tenderness.Why is Haglund's deformity called a â€śpump bumpâ€ť?
Haglundâ€™s deformity is often called â€śpump bumpâ€ť because the rigid backs of pump-style shoes can create pressure that aggravates the enlargement when walking. In fact, any shoes with a rigid back, such as ice skates, menâ€™s dress shoes or womenâ€™s pumps, can cause this irritation. To some extent, heredity plays a role in Haglundâ€™s deformity.Can high heels cause pump bumps?
Those with high arches or tight Achilles tendons are especially vulnerable to developing pump bump if they work in high heels. The medical term for the disorder is Haglundâ€™s deformity. In addition to the noticeable bump, symptoms include: redness in the heel area. swelling in the back of the heel.