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High Heels Hurt: What to Do? by JoachimsTraining Posted Fri 14 Dec 2012 11:26am   High heels hurt and wreak havoc on the body.  But why do woman endure the pain?  Here are some reasons I've heard They raise my butt up and make it look better. The JLo effect. They instantly increase my height and give me more power. Lots of men like them and think they are sexy. They make my calves and legs look more slee ... Read on »
High heels hurt less? by Beth (i run like a girl) Posted Wed 29 Jun 2011 12:00am We have a verdict on the aftermath of Sunday's jellyfish attack : I have a strained, possibly torn, gastrocnemius. The stinging subsided in my foot, but the cramping and pain continued in my calf. Clearly I did something horribly wrong (besides stepping on a jellyfish). In rushing for the outdoor showers to wash the jellyfish off my foot, I ... Read on »
“Mom, My Heels Hurt!” by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 9:51am It is that time of year again. Returning to school and those extra curricular activities. Kids are excited about sports and band practice, but this sudden increase in activity can cause them to have heel pain. Pediatric heel pain is nothing to ignore. It is not your typical adult heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis and will not go away with ... Read on »
Health Tip: Why Does My Heel Hurt? by HealthFinder Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Common reasons for heel pain (HealthDay News) -- Heel pain may stem from repetitive str ... Read on »
Cute High Heel Shoes That Don’t Hurt Your Feet by MariaPalma Posted Sun 28 Jul 2013 10:04pm Photo Credit: Maegan Tintari I find it hilarious that there is a Facebook page called “ having shoes that hurt your feet, but you wear them anyway cuz they’re cute .” (It hasn’t been updated in awhile, though.) Cute shoes that hurt your feet are a damper on your style. Who has ever had to walk out with a very fly outfit on, but 3 ... Read on »
Legs and Heels by Clare Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Mar 2009 3:50pm I did a fairly intense leg workout at school today last period. I haven't trained my legs is a while...I am anticipating serious soreness tomorrow. Yippee! I ran 2 miles Tuesday on the paved paths at the beach. My right leg with the sore Achilles felt completely dead...there was NO bounce, spring, anything in my step. It felt like I had a ... Read on »
My Achilles' heel by Sandi W. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 5:54pm Ladies, don't throw away the removable pocket of your mastectomy camisole! You can use it to cover your toes when you get your foot in a cast to heal your Achilles tendon! NB: When the temperature drops to the teens, you'll have to use a fuzzy sock instead. Yes, I am casted in fiberglass. It looks like I broke my leg. The cast is there to ... Read on »
"I was born in heels...I will die in heels" by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Thu 21 May 2009 9:00am This is a direct quote from one of my patients this morning.  She is a woman in her seventies, suffers from bunions, hammertoes, and unrelenting peripheral neuropathy.  She is always looking for the newest and greatest remedies that  can offer her to eliminate her pain.  She is, however, unwilling to relinquish her high heels. I've experience ... Read on »
Heel Spur + Heel Pain Does Not Equal Surgery!!! by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Fri 26 Dec 2008 8:00am One of the most common conditions that we see on a daily basis is heel pain. This also commonly known as Heel Spur Syndrome and Plantar Fasciitis. You'd be amazed how many people come in for a second opinion when another doctor told them that surgery was the only answer. That couldn't be farther from the truth! In my experience, fewer than 5% ... Read on »
sNOW, iCE, wIND, cOLD & hIGH hEELS by Kiley M. Posted Sat 08 Jan 2011 3:10pm dAILY vITAMIN f[ITNESS] - sATURDAY I love my Mizuno Wave Rider running shoes...I have bought this style for years! But there is one thing I absolutely can't stand about them.     Whenever I run in the snow, the 'hole' in the bottom of the shoe collects all the snow it can pack in there.It felt like I was running in high heels! Then one w ... Read on »