Finding the right size shoe is not only a matter of style and comfort but it can also be a matter of health as well. Medical studies have discovered that many people suffer from foot problems at some point in their lives. It is estimated that at least 70% of all elderly people are affected by food problems. Nearly 40% of those affected by foot problems find the problems to be so severe they consult their physician about the matter. In some cases, foot problems can be eased by ensuring the individual is wearing a shoe that fits correctly.
You may perform stretching exercises to help relax your foot muscles or apply a cold compress to reduce swelling, but these remedies may not provide lasting relief if the real problem of wearing the wrong footwear is not part of the solution. Similarly, intense physical therapy or chiropractic treatment may not leave you with best outcome if you continue to wear uncomfortable shoes. Professional guidance can help to take good care of your feet as well as selcecting the proper shoes made to support them. High heels also push most of your body weight forwards onto the front of your foot, which places considerable strain on your toe joints.
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She never realized what a risk she was taking by leaving her right foot sitting out in the hallway outside of her cubicle. It was just a convenient place for her to rest her huge bare foot while she was at work. Her feet were over 12 inches long apiece, rare and wonderful. Her bunion made the front of her foot too wide to fit into the few dress shoes that she could find in the size 14s her feet were crammed into. She sat there with her big foot up on the table. It was so soft and vulnerable looking, the whole front half was swollen up.
High heels have a narrow area of contact and they point the toes downward, which puts the foot in an internally rotated position and makes their wearer more prone to spraining an ankle,” Dr. Burchfield said. In addition, fashionable shoes that try to convert the foot into an ideal form, with the toes narrowed or tapered to a point, often require cramming the foot into less space than it would normally occupy. Never try to cut the corn away or ‘dig’ the root out yourself as this can be very dangerous leading to infections, bleeding and pain.