Men’s Specialty Shoes

Top foot conditions men’s shoes reviews:

Dr. Comfort Performance-X Men’s Therapeutic Diabetic Double Depth Shoe leather/mesh lace-up

Speaking from my own experience, with several chronic health conditions including sensitive, painful and mal-formed feet disorders; those that live with similar conditions, know that walking and exercising of some sort is essential for keeping our health at it’s best and help regulate blood sugar levels in one’s body. We know even if it’s too painful to do much on some days, that on other better days we must push ourselves to get up and move about and keep active as much as our bodies will allow. If we don’t our bodies will deteriorate, get stiff and weaken.

So when we do get out there throughout our daily lives and activities we need to have our feet properly fitted in durable, but Super Comfortable and Supportive footwear and any other products on the market that will help us in between our relaxing breaks or bedtime, am I right?

Some of us that don’t have a ton of time to research all the many hundreds of Shoes, Footwear, and Orthotic supports for High Quality and Reasonable prices that have been tried and reviewed. What is needed is a real person that has experienced some real health issues and foot problems and can relate and has done the homework and research who you can build a relationship with and trust to steer you in a good direction. That’s were I come in and I have a lot of compassion for others and I Love to help whenever and wherever possible. Continue reading Men’s Specialty Shoes

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Best treatment foot pain: All about Bunions and Treatment

What are they?

A bunion is a growth enlargement and misalignment of bone at the Big toe joint. Tight shoes can certainly worsen and aggravate bunions, but are not the main cause of them. Bunions may run in the family and are often inherited…. They can become worse over time if left untreated causing pain, swelling, skin irritation and other foot problems…


A bunion can often be triggered by shoes with narrow toes, but they’re not the underlying cause. Bunions run in families, because foot type (shape and structure) is hereditary, and some types of folks are more prone to bunions than others. Loose joints and tendons, low arches, and flat feet all increase the risk.   Continue reading Best treatment foot pain: All about Bunions and Treatment

How to correct flat feet- Different treatment for flat feet

Do I have Flat Feet?  

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Follow these three steps:

  1. Get your feet wet. Stand on a flat surface where your footprint will show,such as on a concrete walkway.
  2. Step away and look at the prints. If you see complete   
    imprints of the bottom of your feet on the surface,
    then you’re likely to have flat feet.
  3. Most people have a gap under the arch of
    their footwhen they are standing. … People with flat
    feet or fallen arches either have no arch, or it is very
    low. The feet of people with fallen arches may roll      
    over to the inner side when they are standing or
    walking, known as over-pronation. The feet may point

Fix flat feet?

Version for Beginners:    

  • Start with toes spread out and bare feet on a flat even surface.
  • Place a tennis ball or penny under the ball of your foot and the end of a pen under the middle of your arch (sticking out from the inside of your foot).
  • Activate your arch by flexing your arch muscle. …  
  • Do your best to keep your toes relaxed.
    If you have flat feet, your feet don’t have a normal
    arch when you’re standing. This can cause pain when you do extensive physical activity. The condition is referred to as pes planus, or fallen arches.

Flat feet are normal in infants and usually disappears by ages 2-3 as the tendons and ligaments in the foot and leg strengthen and tighten. A symptomatic flat feet is another type that can be more serious.

Rheumatoid arthritis has been known to cause deterioration in the tendons in the foot (or both feet) which can cause this condition, and if left untreated may result in deformity and early onset of osteoarthritis of the joint.

It’s not always this way but in some cases, Flat feet in particular can cause misalignment with the ankle, which causes abnormal joint connection, which can cause misalignment in the knee joint. Also in turn which can affect your hips, which also affects the way you walk. That affects the spine, especially your lower back.

Runners who over-correct may be more susceptible to shin splints, back problems and tendonitis in the knee. Many instances is not directly from flat feet, but is a result of over-pronation (side to side movement). Some flat-footed runners don’t experience any problems even though they have flat feet, simply because they do not over pronate.

Barefoot runners and researches on the topic hold the perspective mostly, high arches and flat feet are not a problem. One of the reasons they came up for running in bare-foot is to help strengthen your feet and arches; is that landing with a mid-foot or forefoot strike can actually engage the muscles in your feet much better.

In more Serious cases Flat foot reconstruction surgery is performed
to relieve pain and restore function in people whose footarches are very low and where orthotics have not helped. As said above in these cases problems may be caused by a deformity, damage can happen to the tendon which supports the deformity, arthritis,  or arches, in the joints around the heel.

Exercises to help with flat feet:     
  • Bend your knees slightly and roll onto the outer edges of your feet.
  • Keep the weight on your outer feet and
    slowly raise up on your toes.
  • You should feel your longitudinal arch stretching;   once you do, hold that position for five seconds.
  • Repeat five times each day.    
  • Also try placing a can or ball of some sort and rolling it from front to back 5 times per foot once per day.

And of Course the Solution maybe as simple as Investing into Proper Footwear!    

If you have any comments or thoughts you would like to add to this topic please feel free to share in the comment section below….

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Foot Pain Neuropathy Relief- Diabetic Nerve Pain Symptoms and Treatment

What is Diebetic Nerve Pain?   

Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can develop if you have diabetes. High blood sugar (glucose) can cause injuries to nerve fibers throughout your body, but diabetic neuropathy most often damages nerves in your lower extremities such as your feet and legs.

Depending on the affected nerves, symptoms of diabetic neuropathy can range from numbness and chronic pain in your legs and feet to problems with your blood vessels, digestive tract, urinary tract, and heart. For some people, these symptoms are mild; for others, diabetic neuropathy can be more severe, painful, disabling and even fatal.

Diabetic nerve pain is a common, but serious complication of diabetes. Don’t worry too much because you can often prevent diabetic neuropathy or slow its progress by learning how to better control your blood sugar and better ways to a Better Healthier Lifestyle.

Do I have diabetic nerve pain?

Diabetic neuropathy can cause numbness or tingling in your fingers, toes, hands, and feet. Another symptom is a burning, sharp, or aching pain (diabetic nerve pain). The pain may be mild at first, but it can get worse over time and spread up your legs or arms.

What does diabetic foot pain feel like?

The most common contributor to diabetic foot pain is a nerve problem called Peripheral Neuropathy. This is where the nerves are directly affected by the disease process. … This can be present at the same time as numbness in the feet. Sensory neuropathy symptoms can include burning, tingling or a stabbing pain.


What can be done for neuropathy in the feet?

Wearing Well fitted and Comfortable Shoes is very Important… I’ll be providing links to the Best Footwear for these conditions… Besides medications used to treat conditions associated with peripheral neuropathy, medications used to relieve peripheral neuropathy signs and symptoms include: Pain relievers. Over-the-counter pain medications, such as non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, can relieve mild symptoms

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Treatment for foot pain-Foot Conditions

Many of us are looking for answers to frequent questions concerning the several most common foot diseases, disordersfoot pain causes, and the best treatment for painful feet. I know how this much needed information on this is can be hard to find all in one place… I with several personal experiences with my own achy painful feet, and the need to do my own extensive research sifting my way through a ton of content out there that can be overwhelming and confusing, I wanted come up with a website to pull together the best info on this subject matter with Prevention, Treatments, Advice and some great Reviews and Suggestions for the Highest Quality and Best orthotics and Footwear on the Market in an easy to navigate; informative, well organised and interesting method on this site. This “All-Things-Foot” journey at your fingertips is here for YOU!  

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