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5 Reasons Why You Should Wear Orthopaedic Shoes

Your feet are the foundation of your body; any problems with their alignment can trigger harmful impacts on the rest of your body.



Orthopaedic shoes work to neutralise foot-related problems and promote positive benefits for your feet, including:


Enhanced circulation

Shoes that give plenty of comfort and space to move around lead to better circulation, minimising nerve-related pain, and relief for diabetic neuropathy.

Circulation in the feet is essential for a healthy body, especially for diabetic patients. Diabetic neuropathy prevents people from feeling pain or discomfort in their feet, resulting in difficulty noticing any problems until severe.

Our diverse range of orthopaedic shoes makes looking fashionable easy without having to sacrifice the health of your feet.

Improved Mobility

One of the significant problems for people with foot pain is decreased mobility. Limited mobility can result in many foot problems, ranging from bunions, heel spurs, flat feet, and plantar fasciitis - it's not fun!

Orthopaedic shoes can cushion the feet and help contribute to healing, making it easier for you to be mobile, improving your quality of life.

Repair current foot issues

A common problem podiatrist's is misalignment issues which result in walking-related pain. If left untreated, alignment issues can lead to ongoing/increasing pain or discomfort or, worse, long term damage that requires invasive procedures. When you wear orthopaedic shoes, you can prevent additional damage from occurring and treat problems you are currently experiencing. Taking care of your feet prevents significant issues as you get older.

Less pain, less problems!

On average, humans walk approximately 10,000 steps per day, it's even more if you have an active lifestyle. When you calculate your average steps and compare them against inadequate footwear, orthopaedic shoes are the best solution for a healthier outcome for your feet. Wearing overly tight, constricting shoes that are not complementary to your alignment or foot shape can be the breeding ground for foot-related pain and future issues.

Outstanding foot support

Orthopaedics do more than just feel "good", they support your arch, correct your alignment and cushion your entire foot with the support it needs to stay healthy.

A great alternative to orthopaedic shoes is custom orthotics. The Health Studio's CEO and Head Podiatrist Georgie Tye has a passion for creating the perfect orthotic, moulded for your feet, delivering support and versatility, making every shoe you own comfortable and pain-free.

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