HOW ORTHOFEET SHOES WORK TO ENHANCE COMFORT & HELP ALLEVIATE FOOT PAIN?
Orthofeet’s Ortho-Cushion ® System is engineered with advanced orthotic insoles and Ergonomic Soles, which provide anatomical arch support along with unsurpassed cushioning. It works wonders to reduce foot pain, and offer soothing comfort from heel to toe.
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-- Linda Schaer
Shelley Bruton, DPM
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Our feet are complex, anatomical structures comprised of bones, blood vessels joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, skin, and soft tissue. When these structures are diseased or injured, foot pain often develops. Foot pain can be felt anywhere on the foot and in different degrees of severity, but when it interferes with your daily activities, it is time to see a doctor.
What causes it? There are many reasons we might experience foot pain, from aging, being overweight, standing for too long, and wearing ill-fitting shoes to medical conditions such as arthritis and diabetes, and specific foot conditions like hammer toes, plantar fasciitis, Morton’s neuroma and more.
How is foot pain prevented and treated? The cause of the foot pain will determine specific treatment, but it can involve any of the following: medication, physical therapy, strengthening and stretching exercises, wearing specially designed orthopedic foot pain shoes or orthopedic insoles and surgery. Prevention involves following common sense measures such as protecting the feet with orthopedic shoes for foot pain, avoiding activities that are extreme or high impact, maintaining a healthy weight and stretching the feet.