Dealing with heel spurs? Protruding or inward heel spur? I’m going to give you some advice that is going to help. Heel spurs; it’s a calcium buildup on the heel that can actually penetrate and protrude the skin or stay inward. It’s very painful. Correct shoes and orthopedic therapeutics are important. With that type of shoe, it prevents you from putting more added wear and tear by you’re not moving sideways, bilateral, okay. But .
Are you suffering from gout? Men or women, we can help you. Gout is related to arthritis, but it is a different disease. And it does settle in the joints, it does settle in ligaments and muscles. What you need to have is an orthopedic therapeutic shoe that allows you first of all, you’re going to find in the joints, especially in the flange in the toes. We need to get you that wiggle .
Arthritis in the foot. Can proper footwear and inserts help that situation? The answer is yes! Orthopedic therapeutic footwear has the wiggle room to give you added comfort. Arthritis creates a lot of pain in the joints and everything else and that, and ankles, instep. I have seen it all over. Can it be cured? No, it can’t be cured. Not through proper footwear, or inserts, but we… these shoes can give you relief .
After a day of hard work, playing tennis or playing pickleball are your feet tired or sore? The problem with most general footwear, they look very nice, but they have no strength in the midsection. And what you’re doing is that you’re moving sideways, back and forth. You’re playing pickleball, you’re playing tennis, you’re walking, you’re moving both ways. Everything has a fore flex in the front. So, you move forward, everything forward. But when .
Is your 6E width shoe, and this is for men’s and women’s, are the kind of hurting you? A little too tight? Do you know they do make 9E, 10E, and 14E in women’s and a 7E as well for women? The 9E, 10E, and 14E widths are very important because a lot of 6E are getting more contoured. Companies that are great companies out there are narrowing their toe box making things thinner. .