Sore Feet in Kids Tip #1
Grab a pair of structured shoes.
What does that mean?
Most times kids with sore feet will benefit from shoes with features that provide support for the foot.
What does support look like?
- Solid base - should not bend in the middle, wring out or twist
- Should be firm at the heel counter - the part that cups the heel should be firm and not be able to flex in
- Should have laces, if not laces Velcro , if not Buckle. (Laces best)
- Should bend at the toes
This is not a treatment but will help most kids in the short term get out of foot pain.
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ABOUT DR BRENDEN BROWN
Founder of A Step Ahead Foot + Ankle Care in Sydney, and former president of the Australasian Podiatry Council, Dr Brenden Brown (A.K.A Dr Foot) is a wealth of knowledge on how to take care of your feet, including how to find the best shoes.
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* No medical treatment can guarantee 100% success. Registered medical and health professions in Australia are by law not allowed to guarantee success. This comes as a result of all human bodies reacting differently to treatments. Patients should thoroughly consider all treatment options available to them.