The Best Shoes for Morton’s Neuroma and Other Common Foot Pain

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6 months ago

We spend everyday on our feet and many of us take walking for granted. For others, walking can be a painful and strenuous task. For people with foot pain, simply moving from one place to another can become an uncomfortable experience.

According to a recent study, 80% of women have foot problems. In other words, walking is hurting a lot more people than you think. That’s why choosing supportive shoes for women that help alleviate pain from these conditions is essential. Doing so is key to maintaining your mobility, and best of all, you don’t need to sacrifice style for comfort.

What Causes Foot Pain?

The foot has almost as many bones as the hand and wrist, but rarely gets as much of our attention until they start hurting. This is especially the case for women, who are far more likely than men to wear shoes that are too small for them. This can result in bunions, hammertoes, and other types of foot pain like plantar fasciitis.

Another type of foot pain is Morton’s neuroma, which is a benign but painful condition that affects the ball of the foot. It occurs when the tissue around a nerve that leads to a toe thickens from irritation or compression. Some have actually described it feeling like a hot pebble between your toes. It is very common in women because of their likelihood to wear tight shoes or high heels.

High impact sports like tennis and running without wearing supportive shoes for women can also cause Morton’s neuroma. Pounding your feet on the hard surfaces associated with these sports and others can cause trauma to the ball of your foot and the nerves attached to your toes.

Finding the Best Shoes for Morton's Neuroma

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If you suffer from Morton’s neuroma, quick relief can come in the form of new supportive shoes for men. When you’re looking for the best shoes for your Morton’s neuroma, you will want to look for a pair that has arch support and/or foot pads. That’s because you want the shoes to cushion and contour your foot when walking.

There are many great and stylish options of supportive shoes for women that can help relieve pain from Morton’s neuroma and other conditions. Star is a fresh take on the canvas sneaker that has Curves & Pods® polyurethane removable footbed with Soft Support for ultimate support and comfort. Plus, the laces offer the custom fit you need to ease the pain in your feet.

Cute Sandals for Bunions and Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

Do you have bunions but still want stylish footwear? Look for fashionable and functional sandals for bunions.

Consider the Prize 3 sandals, which will keep your toes and feet just as happy as the name implies. They are adjustable with three hook and loop straps, making these an excellent option as sandals for bunions and enhance your comfort and style. They also feature Taos Soft Support™ premium footbed with Cool Recovery Foam™ for incredible arch and metatarsal support that alleviates the physical pressures of everyday life on your feet.

If you’d prefer a pair of sandals that hide bunions, try our Rita sandals. These beautiful leather shoes have a lightweight padded contour cork footbed, making them extremely flexible and sturdy. The wide straps mean these sandals that hide bunions will keep you stylish, comfortable, and confident.

Taos also has many options when you’re looking for dress shoes for plantar fasciitis and other types of foot pain. Encore are a comfortable, sleek, and professional pair of cute shoes for plantar fasciitis. They feature bungie closures and gore that give you the perfect fit, plus the Curves & Pods® removable footbed that provides maximum comfort.

Although these conditions can be painful, wearing supportive shoes for women can give you the comfort you need to go about your daily life.