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Shoes - what has worked for you?
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brucergoldberg 

brucergoldberg 
Shoes - what has worked for you?

Hey everyone, this email is to find out what shoes has worked for you? I have had luck for tennis shoes with the asics 2140, and the 2140 trail shoes. This combined with orthodics helps a lot.

I wear rockport walkers (grandma shoes) for work. Has anyone had any luck with any of the other podiatrist approved brands? Id like to hear from anyone that stands on their feet all day especially.

Im starting a new job next week. Have had the ledderhose in my left foot cut out with a radical surgery, and my right foot still has the lumps.

thanks,

bruce in dallas ( brucergoldberg at gmail.com)

Jurate 

Jurate 
Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

Bruce, I just got a pair of New Balance that are extremely comfortable. I just finished walking an hour in them. (They're model 883, women's). The most important things for me now are cushioning for the Ledderhose, and width because I also have bunions.

newman 

newman 

Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

Hi Bruce Australian in Germany Calling. Ive had RT treatment for both feet and previously had to wear authodics in lace up shoes. I was recommended to try Nike Free runners by Prof Seegenschmiedt who treated me.The base is sectioned and gives the feeling of walking on bare feet. ECCO brand shoes are light and well padded on the innersole, I would reccommend them.Finally the Birkenstock sandals are the best in a warm climate. In the Essen hospital it seemed all the staff wore them . Rohde is a similiar sandle. Both made in Germany . You might also try a thin underlay beneath the padded innersole. This has been my experience. Regards.

Edited 08/24/09 19:05

brucergoldberg 

brucergoldberg 
Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

so you are not using orthodics with your nikes?

newman 

newman 

Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

Quick answer-NO. Regards

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ping

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Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

As recommended by the podiatrist, new balance 881 have met my needsi. .e. support, stability and comfort. The only problem is that I can wear through the inner soles in about a month. I require a new pair of shoes about every 3 months...I am a power walker.

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Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

Hi everyone!

I have had decent luck from Naot brand shoes, they all have room for custom orthotics and the insole in the shoe itself is quite padded. I also have the new balance runners, they are great. If you live in a snowy place and can't find dress boots that take orthotics, I bought mine at a horse riding store. They are pretty comfortable. The biggest problem I have is finding shoes deep enough to accomodate the custom orthotic andleave enough space for my foot...Good Luck!

Susan

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Re: Shoes - what has worked for you?

I have a bad case on Ledderhose across the metatarcil heads on both feet and have had to wear Rocker Bottom Shoes for 2 years now and without them I would be in great trouble. The ones that I had bought are MBT's (Masai Barefoot Technology). Google for local retailers.
Regards RodM

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