Discover whether high-heeled boots, wedge booties, sheepskin boots, cowboy boots or riders work best for your feet. Learn how to test boots for stability and how often to wear them, too.
Heel hurts? You might think you have a heel spur — and it certainly may feel like something sharp is stabbing you in the bottom of your foot. The good news is that with proper care, you can be pain-free fairly soon.
If you feel pain in your heel, you might think you have a heel spur. It’s a common assumption — and a heel spur can cause foot discomfort. However, only 50 percent of people who have heel spurs actually feel any pain because of it. “A heel spur can be an incidental finding on an … Read More
Your genes are more important than shoe styles when it comes to bunions, flat feet or tight Achilles tendons. But you can choose shoes that keep your feet feeling better, longer.
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Contributor: Judi Bar, Yoga Program Manager Can’t wait to head off to your vacation in the Rockies and try out those new hiking boots? The day is beautiful, the weather’s great and you feel lucky to be alive. That is, until the next morning, when you feel a stabbing pain in your heel. This pain, … Read More