Do you have Bunions? These are sensitive and protruding lumps or bumps at the heads of the big-toe joints and can pull your toe to an angle. Also, there can be a Tailor Bunion that is located on the side of your fifth or little toe. The causes of these growths can be hereditary and can develop if you have low arches or your feet tend to roll inward. If not taken care .
Do you have Neuroma in your feet? This is a shooting pain in the ball of the foot caused by pressure on the nerve in the underside (bottom) of the foot. Swelling can occur. One reason is that narrow, pointed shoes put more pressure on an already irritated nerve so pick shoes with a wider toe box. Go to our Therapeutic “Shoes for Diabetic” or Shoes Diabetic” to view the best toe and ball .
Do you have Bursitis? It feels like a painful bump and is located on the back of the heel. This can occur when you have an enlarged heel bone. If your wear stiff-backed shoes this can worsen the bump inflaming the bursa which is a protective sack of fluid. You should wear a therapeutic “Shoes for Diabetic” open back shoe. Also, use a heat moldable insert (that comes free with all our shoes) .
Fitting Women’s Extra Wide Shoes Are your shoes hurting your back, knees or legs? Are you a woman who needs Extra Wide Shoes? Do you find you need an extra wide fit for your shoe? If we would do the correct thing, we would buy shoes that would protect our feet from injuries. But I’m sure you’re as guilty as another person for compromising fit for the latest fashion and design at the .
Items that can help you when you have foot conditions related to Diabetes Fungal nail treatments? People with diabetes are at risk of contraction nail fungus or onychomycosis, a condition that is characterized by discolored, disfigured, thickened, and split toenails and fingernails. There are various treatments for onychomycosis, including topical antifungal and oral medications. Diabetic foot cream? Healthy and soft skin often will open conditions for infections and this can start at the feet .