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... sandals being helpful for this condition so I decided to give it a try. I got a pair off ebay for a really, really good price. Birkenstocks are very expensive. Anyway, they came yesterday and I'm wearing them today. ... (7 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 would be very interested to hear what sort of shoes and sandals people have progressed into after the trainer and how long post op. ... (3 replies)

... flop with good arch support and nubs on the footbed. I used to wear those all the time, then they got cheap and the nubs would fall off after a few weeks. ... (17 replies)
... strap Birkenstock is a good example, expensive but well made. ... (5 replies)
... anxious to get to the top! Concentration is important. I have Wolkey sandals, but Naot has both shoes and sandals with removable foot beds for orthotics and velcro closings. ... (114 replies)
... Don't have much advice to offer on the shoes. I wore Birkenstock sandals until I could stand a closed shoe. Not much help in the cold. Would Ugg boots possibly work? ... (6 replies)
Apr 20, 2006
... I've been checking sites for ideas. There are two styles of Birkenstock offered with soft insoles. ... (22 replies)
... inserts or orthotics. New Balance is one of the best shoes for this problem, and you can also use birkenstock sandles. Good luck, it will get better with time if you take it easy on your feet. ... (17 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)
... I highly recomend birkenstock shoes. I have arthritis in my feet and am on them all day, my feet are also wide. They are a little pricey, but worth it. They have the arche support you need. ... (6 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)
... right toe didn't recover as well. Can't bend it back as much and still gives me a little pain. Mostly after a day in bad shoes though SO I can't really complain!! Right!! ... (40 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)
... I almost never walk barefoot anymore. Even in the shower. I used to wear the Nike type pool shoes with the nubs on it. But then they got cheap and the nubs would fall off all over the house. So now I have pool shoes made by Birkenstock or Birkis. ... (10 replies)
Fusion Revision?
Jan 20, 2011
... any problems. I'll be sure to monitor the area where the screws are. I looked back at your posts and see you a couple more areas fused than I did. I do have a good deal of up and moderate down motion of the foot. It's weird to not be able to move it side to side anymore. ... (15 replies)
... exercise and working the foot. While walking at home, my home office was only 5 steps from both the lav and kitchen so I thought being in the office would be a good thing for developing stamina and building the calf and thigh muscles back up. ... (9 replies)
... line to look at shoes that were not Birkenstock or a super wide and realized someday I could wear a shoe without this nasty bunion ruining the shape of the shoe. ... (149 replies)
Post Foot Surgery
Jun 23, 2010
... oes not work. Even a shoe 4 sizes too big doesn't fit correctly. I bought a cheap pair of "Birkenstock" type sandals in my 'normal' size so the fit is somewhat good and I was able to adjust the straps to the largest size for the one foot. Hope this helps! ... (4 replies)

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