** WE ARE CURRENTLY RESTRUCTURING OUR PATIENT PORTAL.   AT THIS TIME, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE (210) 477-5151 FOR APPOINTMENTS, TO MAKE PAYMENTS OR IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.  WE WILL RUN UPDATES ON OUR WEBSITE WITH THE STATUS OF THE NEW PATIENT PORTAL.  THANK YOU!  
Call today for appointment
210.477.5151
Decrease font size Default font size Increase font size 

Benefits of Wearing the Right Size Shoes

Benefits of Wearing the Right Size Shoes

 People who wear the right size shoes enjoy having the correct body posture and balance, fewer foot pains and problems and lower risk of falling and injuring themselves.

 In a Brazilian study, it was found that wearing incorrectly sized shoes was common among 399 adults (60 to 90 years old). Men were prone to wearing ill-fitting shoes. Women who did not wear the correct size shoes reported ankle pain.

 In a UK study, the majority of 100 diabetics did not wear shoes of the correct length and width, particularly shoes that were too narrow.

 The older the people get, it is imperative to give importance to choosing the right kind and size of shoes in order to avoid injuries. Particularly among diabetic patients, ill-fitting shoes may cause blisters, calluses and pain - worse, it could lead to diabetic foot.

 When buying, remember to try on shoes in the later part of the day when feet are at their maximum size. Wear both shoes, as they may be different sizes. Check the inside of shoes for anything that may cause foot injury.

 This information is intended for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be used in place of an individual consultation or examination or replace the advice of your healthcare professional and should not be relied upon to determine diagnosis or course of treatment.

 

Archive

Testimonials

“It’s been a year since Mom’s surgery, and I wanted to send some pictures to show you how great she’s doing. In October, she went to Ft. Walton Beach, FL , with my brother and sister-in-law. She truly enjoyed herself. In December, she and I flew to Seattle, WA, to visit our cousins.

Read more...

In the News

NEW patient portal under construction.  Please contact our office to make appointments, payments or if you have any questions.  Thank you.

 

Read more...