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I got a professional question. As a Podiatry Student I'm very interested to know if any Podiatrist had any experience with a patient who got trauma or some kind of injury after using these shoes? Any X-Rays, chart records, patient histories?
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Women who wear high heels at risk of arthritis


In addition to exacerbating bunions or hammer toe, wearing high heels has also been shown to lead to osteoarthritis.

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Do you have any information about high-heeled shoes? Is it dangerous to use these shoes on a regular basis and what are the consequences?
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Paula, sorry for not answering you for a very long time. Here is the article that you want to read to find the answers to your question.

Killer pumps: Dangers of high heel shoes

By RIMA AL-MUKHTAR, LIFE.STYLE@ARABNEWS.COM

Published: Jun 29, 2011 08:43 Updated: Jun 29, 2011 08:43

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Wearing heels brings your whole outfit together and makes your legs look taller and slimmer, but it also can make your ankle ache, says Dr. Nadia Saleh, an orthopedic doctor at Takhasusi Hospital in Riyadh. “Sprained ankles, hammertoes, nerve damage and even knee arthritis are other common problems linked to wearing high heels regularly,” she said.

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Should Women Reconsider Wearing High Heels Frequently?


The Department of Podiatry at La Peer Health Systems agrees with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons that the prolonged wearing of high heels or poorly fitting shoes contribute to severe bunions and other foot problems.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 29, 2011

http://www.prweb.com/rel...ngeles/prweb8916113.htm
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