The branch of medical science that deals with the treatment and analysis of your body’s musculoskeletal system.
When do you need Orthopedic shoes?
- If you have a low or no foot arch.
- If you have a toe deformity.
- If you recently suffered from a foot injury.
- A fresh wound.
- If your job insists you stand or walk for more than five hours a day.
Five biggest benefits of Orthopedic shoes-
Orthopedic patients or people with foot pain often face difficulty moving or travel long distances. Orthopedic shoes provide comfort to your foot and relieve them from different foot problems like plantar fasciitis, hammertoe, etc.
Increase in blood flow:
Orthopedic shoes allow adequate space for blood circulation and are a savior for nerve pain or diabetic neuropathy. Orthopedic shoes even help to diminish lower back or hip pain moreover, it supports your ankle, toe, and heel.
Brilliant support system for your feet:
Normal shoes are sometimes painful to wear during a foot injury or deformity and can even worsen the existing condition of your feet. Orthopedic shoes support your arch in addition to providing comfort through its cushioned base, which in turn helps to heal your injuries and guard you against future injuries.
Comfortable or less painful:
Orthopedic shoes hug your foot correctly and also allow plenty of space for mobility. With the proper selection of orthopedic shoes, you can venture for longer and comfortable walks. The shape of these shoes is specially crafted, keeping in mind the position of the heels and toes. They are also available in non-standard sizes, which is convenient for many people.
Dr. Chetan Oswal from Orthowin Foot & Ankle Clinic, Pune is an experienced Orthopaedic Surgeon for Foot and Ankle who can correctly detect your issue and provide the appropriate solution. He even suggests the brands of orthopedic shoes you might be comfortable in.