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What’s a girl with a bunion who loves cute shoes going to do? Although you may be tempted to continue rocking your super-sexy favorite shoes (even if they’re a little—or a lot—uncomfortable), that’s not a good idea. Wearing the wrong shoes can cause bunions to become painful. It can lead to blisters, arthritis, bursitis, or sometimes even an ulcer in the area of the bunion, says Casey Pidich, DPM, a podiatrist at Park Avenue Podiatric Care in New York City.
 
Dr. Casey Ann Pidich
 
 
“Stretch and form” type of shoes are great for people with bunions. “This type of shoe is made out of a cloth or very soft leather and forms to your foot, which usually eliminates any roughness or tightness on the toe box,” Dr. Pidich says. These flats, which come with a soft suede or leather upper, fit the bill. Although flats are notorious for having almost no arch support, these have a very slight 3/5-inch heel that helps support your arch. The super-soft leather lining and cushioned footbed lend an additional boost of comfort.
 
Source: Tamekia Reese, Women's Health Magazine [11/26/17]
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.  
 
Brought to you by Doctor John A. Hardy, owner of Toronto's Foot Clinic, Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinic.
 
 

 

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