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... think birkenstock insoles. ... (4 replies)
... new doctor said that most cases of PF should go away within 8 months, without fancy orthotics and shots etc. So DEFINITELY continue to treat conservatively! And Birkenstock sandals, for some reason, are really good for PF.... wish I had all this info three years ago, I prob. wouldn't have chronic pain now... ... (8 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 am thinking lyrica, neurontin something like that, just to see. Also have you tried Birkenstock shoes? ... (4 replies)
Fusion Revision?
Jan 20, 2011
... de anymore. But I have to think that it is better than having my foot go completely flat. I have arch pains so I never walk without some type of support, I use birkenstock slip on sandals that are plastic type made for pool shoes to stand in the shower and as slippers. Take care and thanks for writing. ... (15 replies)
... I'M SO EXCITED FOR YOU, HERMAN! ...lol.... Seriously, that''s great news. Did you know that Birkenstock actually has a website for people with "mismatched" foot sizes in case you need two different sizes? ... (91 replies)
... Along these lines, I just got an answer from my surgeon to an email I sent asking if my vain self could wear rigid sole Birkenstock sandals to an event I am going to this weekend that doesn't involve a lot of walking or standing. he said okay!! Yay!!! ... (91 replies)
... I was about to say almost the exact same thing as Lisa. Birkenstock does make a flip flop style, as do some other "orthopedic" brands. But for your overall foot health, I'd stay away from them. My physical therapist says any shoe that lets your rear foot move freely (especially side-to-side) is not offering the kind of support that is needed for people with foot problems.... (11 replies)
... ibrous coalition in my foot. Shortly before I saw this dr. I had gone to a shoe store that specialized in shoes for people with foot problems. The store sold a birkenstock orthotic made of cork and leather I believe. ... (6 replies)
Info about PF
Nov 11, 2004
... months, then I taped myself as needed. Don't do the shots, they cause more problems and don't last. Ice your foot when in pain or for relief. NEVER go barefoot!! Wear a good supportive shoe or get New Balance and add the insert. ... (3 replies)
... in order to sell as many shoes as it can. Different shoe companies have tried to make their shoes FUNCTION better such as Birkenstock etc. but even they have failed. ... (46 replies)
... severely adducted big toe etc.. By wearing mocassins I hope to strengthen my arches. Strong arches mean less problems with the Plantar Fascia. ... (5 replies)
... I agree that some of those Birkenstock sandals help with the pain when you are on your feet. The ones that I used had a very big arch supporting area which would take the pressure off the heel. ... (1 replies)
... I went this weekend and got a pair of Birkenstock shoes and they feel great. ... (32 replies)
... nstock's or earth shoes. Look on the Oprah website. I can't remember the name, but a female podiatric surgeon has come up with a line of shoes that do not create problems and are really cool. There are dress and casual, boots and slippers. ... (3 replies)
... I agree with Purple on this one. Get out of the socks and closed shoes. I only wear Birkenstock sandals, with socks in the winter, and that has helped my peeling foot problems a great deal. ... (14 replies)




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