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PODIATRIST FAVOURS IN STORE SHOE BUYING INSTEAD OF ONLINE BUYING

Getting quality footwear that fits does matter, and having a child fit by someone knowledgeable is ideal, said Cary Zinkin, DPM, a Florida-based podiatric physician and spokesperson for the American Podiatric Medical Association. Shoes that fit poorly or lack support can be a recipe for blisters, ingrown toenails, or sore feet.
 
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Dr. Cary Zinkin
 
 
Zinkin  recommends parents take kids to a store rather than buying online, even if it’s not the kind where an employee will measure a child’s feet. It’s easier for kids to figure out what’s most comfortable when they can compare sizes and styles side by side.
 
Source: Lauren Zumbach, Hartford Courant
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.
 
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