Comfortable Women Shoes
Some of the most common foot-related ailments in women include:
Bunions: A bony bump that forms on the joint (1st Metatarsal) at the base of the big toe. It causes the joint to become red and sore. Wearing shoes that are either too narrow or too short leads to the formation of bunions or worsens them.
Plantar Fasciitis: Involves inflammation of the thick band of tissue (Plantar Fascia) that runs across the bottom of our foot and connects our heel bone to our toes. Sharp pain in the heel is one of the main symptoms of this condition. Wearing flimsy shoes with inadequate arch support causes Plantar Fasciitis or aggravates it.
Morton’s Neuroma: Results in persistent pain, swelling, and inflammation of a nerve, usually at the ball of the foot between the third and fourth toes. This condition is frequently caused by significant pressure on the forefoot from walking, running or jumping and can also be caused by constrictive shoes that can pinch the nerves between the toes.
In their quest to look attractive, women often compromise comfort for fashion, unaware of the damage, they’re causing that will have to be addressed several years later, usually at a very painful price.
Feet For Life is a one-stop solution to the above issues and many more. We offer a free foot examination scan on site with the most technologically advanced 3-D foot scanner in the market today.