What is Orthopedic footwear?
Orthopedic shoes are shoes that are specifically designed to support or accommodate the mechanics and structure of the foot, ankle, and leg and they have a number of medically beneficial features and functions that separate them from everyday footwear.
Who should wear orthopedic footwear?
- Orthopedic footwear relieves the pain in the foot and makes it comfortable to walk.
- People who are all having heel pain, ankle pain, flat feet, and arthritis.
- Foot deformities like a bunion, and hammer toe.
- If pregnant women use this they can relieve the pressure placed on the foot and ankles during pregnancy.
- Those recovering from foot surgery.
Differences between orthopedic footwear and regular footwear?
- Wide toe box
- Extra cushioning sole
- Firm and supportive heel to support the rear of the foot
- Comparatively low heels than regular footwear