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May 18, 2006
... Have heard a few good reports on birkenstock arizona's for walking indoors, but are these good for people that have plantar fasciitis? ... (6 replies)
... and still had problems. However, I have fibromyalgia so therefore things just don't work out the same for me as they do for others. I feel pain more and take longer to heal. ... (6 replies)
... I had more severe hallux rigidus in my big toe joint. It was bone on bone because of osteoarthritis. I had orthotics for a while, and they stopped helping me. The podiatrist suggested surgery. He suggested a procedure that would have given that joint range of motion again. ... (23 replies)

Plantar Fasciitis
Apr 27, 2010
... arch support, Birkenstocks are great too if you have to wear sandles. Never go barefoot, even in the house! ... (8 replies)
... Birkenstocks are always a good choice. They even have some clog styles made of boiled wool which would make a good slipper. ... (2 replies)
... and they seem to help me and fit in more shoes than the regular kinds. ... (46 replies)
... ersteps makes a slimmer version which do fit. I am trying them today for the first time. Before I got them, I was wearing my Timberland boots nonstop and found they really lessened my pain. I have also heard that Birkenstocks are good for this, but they are not exactly in my price range! ... (46 replies)
... 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)
... back to my old "moderate to severe pronator" shoes. Maybe if I get into some high impact sport but I doubt that will happen because I have a knee that isn't in good shape because it was injured by my unstable ankle. ... (46 replies)
... Becsuse they are a definite no no to pf. You need good arch support. New balance, birkenstocks. A shoe that doesnt bend at the toe. ... (6 replies)
... hi have they tried a cortisone shot in the toe yet? ... (4 replies)
... hi, I've had PF before, had the PF release surgery years ago and now I'm fine. I've never heard of the bipolar drilling thingy you are talking about. I tried researching it without any luck. ... (3 replies)
2 months post op
Jul 12, 2012
... It sounds like you are having some nerve problems do they have you on anything like lyrica, topomax, neurontin? ... (3 replies)
... First off, I just turned 58, but I feel that I am in very good shape for my age, considering! ... (4 replies)
... ft heal. I think mine has taken longer to heal, because I didn't have the proper information from the beginning to help my foot heal. My Podiatrist said to get a good pair of New Balance shoes that are stiff and don't bend in the arch. I was told to wear my shoes anytime I am up. ... (7 replies)
... If I think of any other shoes, I'll let you know. Of all the athletic shoes I've tried, the Asics are my favorites. I also like Cole Haan Nike Air shoes. Nordstrom has a great selection, but these are fancier than you might want. ... (5 replies)
... of the time. They helped me so much. Of course, since I've had my pttd surgery, the birks are in the closet and I'm wearing 'supportive' shoes. At least I found a cute pair of Asics in pink and silver. ugh. Anyway, try the birkenstocks. ... (5 replies)
... I found that Birkenstocks were about the same height as my boot. And they provide good arch support for us flat footed beauties. ... (100 replies)
Crocs shoes
Jul 21, 2008
... I wear a size 9 so you know just how unnattractive Crocs are on me, however, Croc flip flops wear just wonderful to me. ... (15 replies)
... Buy arch supports that are flush against your arch. You should not be able to get your finger in between the arch support and your arch. ... (14 replies)

Associated Tags: ankle instability, boot, cheliectomy, pain, plantar fasciitis, pttd, sinus tarsi

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