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Shoes By Foot ConditionThere are 778 products.


  • Arthritis

    How can shoes help with arthritis in the feet and toes?

    Shoes with good arch support stabilizes joints providing relief. Rocker bottom shoes are also nice as they relieve some of the work the foot endures as it moves through the gait cycle, thus relieving pressure points. Shoes with more room in the toe box can ease cramped toes by providing extra wiggle room. Shoe inserts also stabilize the foot by realigning your feet in the correct position to distribute weight evenly between your feet. Some people may find custom-made orthotics to be most effective as they are molded to fit the exact specifications of the foot.

    Common foot symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis is inflammation and swelling in the feet. Without proper foot care, the symptoms can cause foot conditions like bunions, hammertoes, or other foot deformities. A good shoe for arthritis will have exceptional support, shock absorption, and a wide toe box.

    If foot conditions like bunions or hammertoes are present you may consider a shoe with stretchable lycra material to reduce friction against toes. Also, an adjustable strap or tieless lacing system can help easily fasten the shoe if arthritis in hands make it difficult to tie shoe laces.

  • Bunions

    What are Bunions?

    Bunions are the result of the big toe pushing outward against the first metatarsal bone causing a bony, painful hump at the ball of the foot. Bunions can be minor or develop into a severe foot deformity.

    How can shoes help with bunions?

    Wearing shoes with a wide toe box works great to manage pain associated with bunions. The added room helps reduce rubbing against the hump and the soft interior lining of the shoe can be therapeutic. Also, adequate arch support can help properly align the foot and may limit the bunions from becoming more serious. A good shoe for bunions will feature stretch or flex material on the side of shoe, a wide toe box, and insoles with great arch support.

  • Diabetic Shoes

    How Diabetes Affects Feet?

    Diabetes can affect feet in multiple ways, including swelling (edema), nerve damage/loss of feeling (diabetic neuropathy), and poor blood flow (peripheral vascular disease).  With the lack of feeling in your feet and poor blood circulation, a cut or sore can be present that won't heal  quickly due to blood flow. These cuts that don't heal can result in ulcers or gangrene. Also, nerve damage can make muscles in your foot not function properly resulting in too much pressure on the foot in one area. 

    How Can Shoes Help With Feet Affected by Diabetes?

    Shoes designed for diabetic feet offer more volume and depth inside the shoe to accommodate for swelling. Some styles have stretch material or soft interior lining to help reduce rubbing or friction on the feet. Also, the insoles in diabetic shoes are supportive to help align your feet naturally to reduce pressure points. Look for shoes with soft interior lining that are delicate on your feet and shoes with extra- or double-depth to allow more volume in the shoe for high insteps or swelling. 

    A good shoe for diabetics will include extra depth, a supportive insoles, breathable and moisture wicking features, a wide toe box and soft interior lining.

  • Hammertoes Shoes

    What Are Hammertoes? 

    A hammertoe is a toe that is bent because of a weakened muscle, tendon, or ligament that hold the toe straight. A hammertoe will have an abnormal bend in the middle joint of the toe. The foot deformity can occur in one or more toes. A hammertoe may be able to be flexible, but over time the tendon can contract and tighten causing a permanent bend in the toe.  The causes of hammertoes can be from poor fitting shoes (crowded toe box), broken or jammed toe, or weakened toe muscles from age or trauma. Age, toe length, and certain diseases (arthritis or diabetes) can make you more at risk for hammertoes.

    How Can Shoes Help Those With Hammertoes?

    Extra depth shoes and shoes with a wide toe-box work best for hammertoes because the toes have more room to rest inside the shoe. Also, shoes with lycra stretch material allow for the bent toe to expand in the shoe without painful rubbing that can cause corns or calluses. A flat or low-heeled shoe will allow the foot to spread out evenly across the shoe, preventing the foot from being angled forward which can bunch the toes up at the front of the shoe. A good shoe for hammertoes will have stretch, lycra upper material at the toes to reduce friction and rubbing, a high and wide toe box, and a supportive insole to reduce pressure points.

  • Metatarsalgia Shoes

    What is Metatarsalgia?

    Metatarsalgia is a condition in which the ball of your foot, where the toes meet the metatarsal bones, becomes painful and inflamed. There are five metatarsal bones in each foot that connect to the phalanges (toe joints) - also known as the ball of your foot. These joints can become inflamed due to imbalance of the bones in this region. The weight of the body can be unevenly distributed causing pressure points and discomfort. Ill-fitting footwear with narrow or pointed toe boxes can worsen the foot condition by not allowing the toes to naturally spread out in the shoe. Also, activities or sports that cause repetitive impact and stress on this area of the foot can cause and worsen the condition.

    How can shoes help with Metatarsalgia?

    Wearing shoes with great arch support is ideal when managing pain associated with Metatarsalgia. Arch support stabilizes joints providing relief when overuse occurs. Rocker bottom shoes are also nice as they relieve some of the work the foot experiences as it moves through the gait cycle. Wearing shoes with more room in the toe box can ease cramped toes by providing a little extra wiggle room. Shoe inserts also stabilize the foot by realigning your feet in the correct position to distribute weight evenly between your feet. Some people may find custom-made orthotics to be most effective as they are molded to fit the exact specifications of the wearer. Those suffering from Morton's Neuroma may also find proper fitting shoes beneficial as well as the symptoms associated with Morton’s Neuroma are similar to Metatarsalgia and can also contribute to added metatarsal stress. A good shoe for metatarsalgia pain would have a wide toe box, exceptional support at the arch, cushioning at the ball of foot, a stiff midsole for additional support, and a mid-foot rocker bottom.

  • Plantar Fasciitis Shoes

    What is Plantar Fasciitis?

    Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition caused by inflammation of the bands of tissue (plantar fascia) that connect your heel to your toes. The tension and stress on this band of tissue causes irritation and can become inflamed. Plantar Fasciitis is common in runners, those who are overweight, and those wearing shoes with inadequate foot support.

    How Can Shoes Help With Plantar Fasciitis?

    Shoes with cushioned heel pads and adequate arch support are ideal for those suffering from plantar fasciitis. The cushioned dropped heel cup in shoes with a raised arch support will help align your foot to its natural position and provide support where needed to reduce stress and tension on the plantar fascia. A good shoe for plantar fasciitis will feature exceptional arch support, a deep heel cup, a cushioned heel pad, a wide toe box, and a stiff outsole.

  • AFO

    Shoes To Accommodate AFOs/Braces

    When you are wearing Ankle Foot Orthosis braces, you will need a shoe that can accommodate the added width and depth that the AFO creates. We specialize in carrying a large selection of shoe styles that provide the extra room needed. These shoes provide a larger opening to fit the AFO or braces, as well as more depth (extra and double depth) so your feet have ample room to rest inside the shoe. Also, these shoes offer added support and comfort to help keep you on your feet while minimizing foot discomfort. Browse our selection of shoes designed to accommodate AFOs and experience the difference!

  • Post-Op Shoes

    Post-Op Surgical Shoes

    Post-operative shoes are essential to a speedy recovery. It is common for doctors to suggest this type of shoe as your foot heals post-surgery or post foot-trauma. We offer comfortable supportive footwear during this delicate period. 

    From post-op multi-boot to square-toe options for kids, men and women, we have you covered. Take care of your feet after surgery with post-operative shoes. Post-op shoes help you during recovery from surgery or wound care.

  • Flat Feet (Pes Planus)

    Shoes For Pes Planus (Flat Feet)

    What is Pes Planus (Flat Feet)?

    Flat feet,also known as Pes Planus or fallen arches, is a foot condition where the arch of the foot is collapsed or flattened. In some cases, the entire foot can touch the floor when standing. The condition can cause overpronation and foot pain, specifically in the heel or arch area. There is varying degrees of flat feet and can be caused by a variety of issues. The most common are foot deformity at birth or muscular inefficiencies in the ankle and arch areas.

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