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By contactus[email protected]
June 06, 2013
Category: HEALTH
Tags: high heels   foot care   podiatrist   prom  

New Jersey Podiatrist, Dr. Ujjwal K. Datta states, "Now that the tulips are blooming, young women (and men) are getting set to graduate and attend proms.  The majority of women prefer to wear high-heeled shoes while going out for any formal event,  Unfortunately, high-heeled shoes can cause pain, deformities and damage to the feet that can remain problematic for years to come."

Podiatrist Datta states, "If a heel higher than two inches is a must, make sure that the heel of the shoe sits more or less directly under the heel counter and not anterior to it.  Also, make sure that you have enough room in the toe box and ensure that the shoe is appropriate in width."

Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics never ever condones wearing high heels as they are about the worst shoe for your feet.  They are good for our foot clinic's business but detrimental to the health of the person wearing them.

Brought to you by Dr. John A. Hardy, owner of Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics.

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Academy Clinics has a special interest in high quality custom orthotics.

 

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