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“Not every shoe within a brand is going to be right for you,” says Lori Weisenfeld, DPM, a sports podiatrist. “Generally, people with a flat foot need a supportive shoe and less cushioning,” she said. “If somebody has a very high-arched foot, they tend to need more cushioning.”
 
Dr. Lori Weisenfeld
 
 
If you want shoes for foot pain that will keep you comfortable while walking around town, running errands, or doing jobs that require you to be on your feet, avoid overly flat shoes. “For spending a lot of time on your feet you want it to have a little bit of heel rise, or you can add a heel lift into a very flat shoe,” Weisenfeld says. If you need more arch support, a well-made insole, even if it’s inside an inexpensive shoe, can go a long way.
 
Source: Shape [9/18/18]
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.
 
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