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According to Bernard Danna, DPM of Houston Family Foot and Ankle," heels are not necessarily a girl's best friend. But, they are stylish and make your legs look great. However, high heels aren't great for your feet. In fact, high heels are bad for your toes, ankles, joints, knees, and more. The best option is to ditch high heels for comfortable shoes with plenty of toe room. But, if you can't forgo the stilettos, you should know how to wear them without enduring a lot of pain.
 
Dr. Bernard Danna
 
 
To lessen the negative effects of these shoes, Dr. Danna recommends choosing thick heels. "Simply put, the thicker the heel, the better the shoes are on your feet. The reason is the thinner the heel, the more you have to do to balance and that puts a lot of strain on your feet. Also, shorter heels are better than long, high heels. Also, throughout the day, take your heels off your feet. Just let your feet relax. Plus, be sure to stretch regularly," says Danna.
 
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 Clinics.
 
 

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