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Most people don’t find therapeutic shoes aesthetically appealing. This might have been true in the past but today’s therapeutic shoes come in all shapes and fashion. The benefits of wearing therapeutic shoes can’t be denied. It has always been an effective way of helping people cope with foot disorders.
A visit to a podiatrist can help identify which type of therapeutic shoes is ideal for your foot disorder. These foot specialists can also recommend other conservative treatments for helping you recover more quickly from a foot injury. Dr. Charles Sulesky is a podiatrist who specializes in helping people with foot disorders.
Get Better Foot Support
People suffering from high arch or flat foot can benefit from wearing therapeutic shoes. They might find wearing sandals or high heels too uncomfortable which makes switching to therapeutic shoes a better choice. With wearing the wrong type and size of shoes a leading cause of foot disorders, using shoes that are designed to give your feet optimum support and comfort can help correct and alleviate symptoms of foot disorders.
Diabetics are at high risk for developing peripheral neuropathy. This is a condition where a diabetic suffers loss of sensation in their feet. High levels of sugar can damage sensitive nerves in the feet. Therapeutic shoes help prevent nerve damage by promoting better circulation. It gives your feet more space to breathe and reduces the possibility of cuts and bruises. With more space to move, it reduces friction between the skin and the walls of your shoes.
Foot deformities such as hammertoes and bunions causes pain and discomfort among suffers. This is because the feet are unable to fit comfortably inside the shoe. Therapeutic shoes tries to compensate for foot deformities by taking into account the unusual foot shape. Some might have a wider toe box for people suffering from hammertoes. A special insole can also be made to provide better support for those suffering from a fallen arch.
Prevent Further Injury
With shoes being a leading cause of foot disorders, using therapeutic shoes prevent further injuries. Better foot support and helping realign the feet gives you a better chance for a full recovery.
These are just some of the benefits of wearing therapeutic shoes. To learn more about therapeutic shoes and how it could help you, consult a podiatrist. At Charles A. Suleskey, DPM located in Venice, Florida, we specialize in helping people with foot disorders. To schedule an appointment call (941) 493-7999