Care recipient (cr) needs help choosing the right shoes so his feet don’t hurt

Try: The upper part of the shoes should be made of a soft flexible material to match the shape of the cr’s foot choose shoes made of leather because they can reduce the possibility of skin irritations make sure the soles provide solid footing and are not slippery choose shoes that have thick soles because they cushion feet when walking on hard surfaces choose low-heeled shoes because they are more comfortable safer and less damaging than high-heeled shoes

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Categories: Sage, Topic, Medical Physical

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References: Adapted from guide to foot care and foot problems preventing foot trouble by carol eustice 2006 available at

Keywords: Feet foot care shoes feet hurt

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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