Flatter broad shoes are best for your feet and back
Good footwear should have a support across the front of your ankle to help hold the shoe on
High heels (especially stillettos) should be avoided – these are less stable and may cause injury. High heels also alter the natural curve of your spine
Shoes should have a soft sole for cushioning and shock absorption
Try MBT Physiological Footwear today! Call your local Fulham osteopath London on 020 7736 1846 to make an appointment for a free expert fitting session.
Try this exercise –draw your foot on a piece of paper (while standing on it) Now take your favorite pair of shoes and draw the outline of them over your foot outline. Is your foot bigger than the shoe? If yes, your footwear is not good for your feet or your spine.