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... I am on my feet alot.. I walk alot for work..and I do alot while off work. I am not a sit down type person.. sometimes.. but more often not. ... (2 replies)
... A good sandal for feet that need support would be "birkenstock". You can buy them in some stores or go to eBay. They come in Euro sizes so be sure to get the right fit. ... (12 replies)
... If you have to wear shoes in the house all the time, you might want to consider getting a pair of Birkenstock sandals for inside. Alternatively, Keen has a pair of slippers that you can put orthotics in. They are the next best thing to bare feet. ... (26 replies)

Flat foot surgery
Oct 19, 2016
... that I'm a candidate for surgery but she suggested waiting until I didn't have to run after small children anymore. ... (3 replies)
... The feeling of crushed glass or sharp rocks sounds like it could possibly be Plantar Fascitis. Has your doctor or PT said anything about that? (9 replies)
... although I have had to go to wearing good, supportive, expensive shoes for many years now. ... (9 replies)
Bursitis in Foot
Apr 3, 2014
... Please do me a favor and get rid of those Birkenstock shoes because they, generally, are very, very stiff and stiffness will bring you more problems. Look up Sketcher's Shoes. ... (6 replies)
... I do not regret it!! I did get pain but had the same doubts about the level of pain and is it worth it! For me yes!! ... (40 replies)
... I had plantar fasciitis for years before the PTTD developed. My feet hurt to walk bare foot or even stand in the shower. I've worn "pool shoes" for years while showering. ... (17 replies)
... her know about the pain. Try using nike type pool shoes or birkenstock pool shoes to wear in the shower and as slippers, so you don't have to walk in bare feet. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the encouragement. I began walking in a sneaker last Friday. After the first 20 steps, which were wonderful, I sat down to rest. ... (9 replies)
... eks are passing by and we are healing. It is just soooooooo slow! Had my 8 week post op today and Dr thought my foot looked good. He said I could start wearing a Birkenstock on the foot when I am home but switch to the running shoe every so often. For safety, I will stick with the running shoe when I am out of the house. ... (149 replies)
... Sounds like you are doing good with your recovery! ... (4 replies)
... my feet start to hurt right away. ... (4 replies)
... I know how your feeling, I was diagnosed about 3 yrs ago. It was a real pain for the first year then got slowly easier to live with. ... (17 replies)
Info about PF
Nov 11, 2004
... lot of info you can find on the internet, as someone else said try "heel spurs", its not exactly the same but it will get you to the site you need. I've had PF for about 3 yrs now, it has got much better but I have worn superfeet inserts the whole time, they are very reasonable in price. ... (3 replies)
... op and doing well. I had both feet done and was in a cast on the forefoot for three weeks. My first shoes were Birkenstock sandals. I kept my forefoot wrapped with 3 inch coban bandage to prevent swelling at the site of the incision. ... (16 replies)
... Contrary to popular belief, stretching an already damaged Plantar Fascia will only make matters worse for yourself. ... (46 replies)
... wearing any kind of shoes. This is why Custom Arch Supports were invented in the late 1800's. The physics weren't understood then but they knew they were having feet problems. Specifically, peoples arches were weakening and "collapsing" and I think it was Mr.Birkenstock who invented the arch support. ... (5 replies)
Inflamed corns
Oct 7, 2001
... Hi Sue, Try looking for a wide shoe with a heel then. Some running shoes have heels or a boot. Men's are just a bit wider. ... (4 replies)

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