Don’t let your shoes be a pain in the feet
- By : About Bunion Prevention
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It can be frustrating when you muster the strength to walk past the pretty high heel section of the shoe store and settle on a pair of loafers or flats with good arch support and plenty of room for your bunions or hammer toe, only to find that they still cause foot pain.
Most often, this stems from the shoes rubbing somewhere on your feet. Seams and rigid spots inside the shoes that you might not notice right away can run against the foot and cause blisters or even cuts.
In order to prevent this kind of pain, consider wearing new shoes around the house for a while to see if they begin irritating any particular part of the foot. If it’s bad, you should consider returning the shoes.
However, sometimes these flaws in the shoe will go away once you break them in. Meanwhile, you can cover parts of the shoe’s interior with moleskin to prevent excessive rubbing.