Walk the Straight, But Avoid the Narrow
Women often wear shoes with very high heels and narrow toes; so it's no surprise that they often develop bunions – red, swollen bumps on the lower, outer joints of their big toes – and hammertoes, which are bent at their middle joints. If you have either condition, call us for early treatment, before it becomes arthritic or requires minor surgery. Better yet, if you want to prevent these problems, wear lower heels, and choose shoes with more toe room. So, you can still walk the straight – but avoid the narrow!