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Travel Shoes I recently traveled home to California from Savannah, with a short layover in Chicago. Since my mother taught me at a very young age that People Watching can provide you with almost limitless entertainment, I took this opportunity to scan the general populace. There were businesswomen, there were families, there were mullets, and there were...

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The Podiatrists New Shoes My ten mile training walk this weekend was fantastic, and owed in no small part to the wonderful shoe fitting I had this week, and the recommendations that led me to choose a brand I'd never tried before. Since I wanted these shoes for both running and walking--and long distance use--I had to look a...

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Are My Shoes Supportive Enough? Many of my patients claim their shoes are comfortable, but in the same breath they tell me their feet hurt. If your feet hurt, your shoes can't possibly be doing the best job! The best way to check to see if your shoes are supportive enough is to put the shoe through these three tests. Check...

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Dessert Shoes Many of my patients are disappointed when I scold them for wearing high heeled or unsupportive shoes. They come to the doctor asking for a solution to their foot pain, but are unhappy when I tell them their poor choice of shoes is a large part of the problem.    The bad news: just like...

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How to Make the Best Shoe Comfortable A lot of my patients complain about their shoes being too heavy, and causing pain across the top of their arch. When I recommend a solid, supportive athletic shoe, they claim they can't wear them because of the discomfort they cause. Most of these people have a decently high arch with a bony bump on...

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