|The importance of good fitting footwear cannot be underestimated. The Podiatry department go to great lengths to get their patients pain free and mobile and encourage patients to avoid using ill fitting footwear.
A good fitting shoe should be deep enough and wide enough to accommodate your foot. Narrow ill fitting shoes can cause callus, corns, ulceration and irritate bony prominences such as a bunion.
|Finding shoes online
The following websites are suggestions only. Try to shop around and feel free to choose any supplier or website.
Please always consider the advice given by your Podiatrist before selecting the style and size of footwear to purchase.
|General advice given is that suitable footwear should:
|Specialist adults: wider fit
||Specialist adults: Narrow fit