Heels that go up to a high heel height of 3 1/2 inches and down to a kitten heel of 1 1/2 with just a quick click, click? Sounds like a bargain for two-shoes-in-one, especially if you travel a lot or walk to work.
Let me tell you straight up that, as a podiatrist, I just don’t get the whole barefoot running craze. I was at the gym the other day and saw a guy running on the treadmill barefoot, and I was absolutely...
If your preteen or teen complains about their heels hurting, they might have Sever’s disease. No need to stress, Mom – it sounds a lot worse than it is.
The kids are back in school, and along with freshly sharpened pencils and homework come sports. Whether your child is on the football team, the middle school cheerleading squad or plays basketball in the driveway after school, it’s important to watch out for the health of their feet to avoid injury and discomfort. Here are five tips for keeping your teen athlete’s feet healthy.
If you’re wearing high heels for a day at the races, your feet are probably going to hurt.