Foot Products Enterprises Inc Provides Tips to Dance through the Holiday Season Pain Free
Dance through the holidays in those "Hot" pumps "Happily Ever After", Dr. Steven L Rosenberg, podiatrist and CEO of Foot Products Enterprises Inc. shares shoe and foot tips for 2012
Santa Monica California (PRWEB) December 22, 2011
Foot Products Enterprises Inc founded in 2006 by Steven L Rosenberg DPM, the company designs innovative foot products to make all women’s shoes more comfortable. “And she walked happily ever after” ®
‘Tis the season to go into your shoe closet and pick out the hottest pair of party shoes your feet will tolerate, you know the stilettos. Party shoes such as platform pumps, stilettos and peep hole wedge sandals from designers such as Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, Manolo Blahnik, Miu Miu, and Yves Saint Laurent are not the most comfortable shoes on the shelves of your favorite fashion shoe boutiques. There is a price to pay. The question is “How long can I wear them before I have to kick them off and switch to flats or go barefoot”
Foot Products Enterprises Inc offers toe and foot tips to prepare your feet for the holiday season and lower the price.
1. Never try and stuff your feet in a pair of shoes that does not fit just because they go with your outfit. That is a recipe for foot disaster.
2. Bring a pair of ballet type flats with you just in case your feet start talking.
3. Check the lining of your shoes to make sure there is no source of irritation to the top of the toes, sides, and back of the foot.
“High fashion shoes can cause low back pain, blisters on the tops of toes, ingrown toe nails, arch cramps, tendon problems and ball of the foot pain”. Blisters are formed because of friction or constant rubbing of your toes that occur in the toe box. “When you wear shoes that are a bit too small, they can cause toe jamming where the tips of your toes will abut up against the end and top of the toe box and buckle the toes”. This can lead to blister formation on the top and tip of the toes, pain, swelling and redness on the pads of your toes. Pumps with a narrow or shallow toe box can also irritate toenails that are too thick causing toe pain or increased pressure along the sides of the great toe nails eventually causing an ingrown toe nail to develop.
“If the slope of the pump or wedge is to steep it will throw your body forward. This can create balance and low back problems when walking or standing”. Problems can also develop in the arch, on the ball of the foot or on top of the foot where the toes bend. Shoes that narrow towards the toes can place pressure on an already existing bunion deformity. “Wearing pumps over a prolonged period of time can cause the Achilles tendon to shorten”. Women who experience this are not as comfortable wearing flats as they are wearing pumps.
Foot and Shoe Solutions
Band-Aids are one way to protect your toes in pumps from blisters or other pressure points. They are great in emergency situations to reduce skin irritation and friction. There are also many over the counter products you can purchase on line or at a pharmacy to protect your feet. Metatarsal pads can be placed on the ball of the foot to relieve pressure, silicone toe sleeves can wrap around toes and protect them or soft foam insoles can be placed in your shoes to cushion the entire foot. Instant Arches® (http://www.instantarches.com) is a specialized product designed by Foot Products Enterprises Inc. available on line to make all women’s shoe styles more comfortable. They will eliminate arch cramping, foot slippage and ball of the foot pain in pumps, wedges and boots.
In order to enjoy the holidays, wear shoes that fit, protect your feet against blistering, cramping and toenail problems. Then dance happily ever after!
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