corvette polo shirts How to pick the right orthopedic shoe
If you end your day with tired, aching feet, chances are your shoes are contributing to the problem. Years of ill fitting shoes can create heel pain, bunions, hammertoes, calluses and even back problems. Yet, foot pain is preventable with the right shoes.
Only a reputable dealer who understands what constitutes real support will carry the right shoes. It’s imperative for both feet to be measured properly the toes, the ball of the foot and the foot shape. As we age,
we need more toe room and a better heel fit to insure stability and comfort. Shoes are not supposed to hurt and if they do, it is not the right shoe for you.
Indeed, many people benefit from added stability in their shoes, whether it be custom or pre molded orthotics. Orthopedic shoes offer excellent support where by adding orthotics may or may not be necessary. Each individual shoe can also be different. Many people with flat feet or stability and or comfort issues will benefit from orthotics which can offer a better contoured foot bed. An orthotic will work best when combined with proper fitting shoes.
Of course, we all want to look as good as possible! Today many extra support shoes are very stylish and smart looking! We can feel good and look good without sacrificing our health!
1. Make sure both feet are measured properly. Feet are often different. Always fit the larger foot we will make the proper adjustment for the smaller foot.