Unlike women’s shoes, the majority of men’s shoe styles conform with the guidelines for a properly fitting shoe. That is, they accommodate the natural shape of the foot, offer plenty of room in the toe as well as across the forefoot, and have an appropriate heel height of no more than a half-inch. Although the material comprising the soles varies, a softer, creped rubber material is more favorable than a hard bottom such as leather. A cushioned, bendable, and supportive shoe is best for comfort as well as protection. Since footwear should have time to air out to prevent foot fungus and odor problems, it is best to have several pairs to alternate shoes on consecutive days.
I went to Dr. Green with a pain in my toe. He examined me, took x-rays and diagnosed my problem. He recommended orthotics. They were custom made and fitted by the doctor and his staff. My pain is now gone!
- K.C. Foot & Ankle Patient
This is one of the best doctors office I have ever been to I seen nothing that you could do to improve this office and the people that I had the pleasure to deal with the day I brought my mom to the office was wonderful from Sarah at the front desk who is wonderful […]
I am a first time patient. I was very pleased with Dr. Green. I am impressed with the speed of the X-Rays. I am excited to try the orthotics, because the little heel inserts help so much! I came in hurting and spent a good portion of the day feeling a lot better. Dr. Green […]
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