National Foot Health Month: April
Shoes: the Highs, the Lows and the Just Rights
There are some shoes which are clearly so bad for your feet you don’t even have to ask.
For a special night out - you may be willing to suffer a bit - but what about for every day?
If you’re tempted to wear high heels every day, check out what Dr. Eric Silvers says are 10 Problems with High Heel Shoes. (There’s an interesting bit on high-heeled shoes for toddlers, too.)
So what should you wear? It turns out that a little heel (about an inch) is fine and may even help keep your feet more comfortable. Susan Aldridge has great advice about choosing good shoes.
What about athletic shoes? They need to be fitted carefully to prevent hurting your feet. Christine Frank has 10 Tips for Choosing Athletic Shoes.
So choose wisely, save the stilettos for special occasions and you’ll save yourself trouble and pain down the road.