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Adaptive Footwear Can Aid Comfort and Joint Health While Helping You Prevent Falls

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While the average person is unlikely to do high jumps or run marathons, even daily life can wear out our joints. Over time, this wear may become apparent through pain. Age aside, diseases such as arthritis can eat away at our joints and cause inflammation, as well. The result of these assaults can be damaged hips and knees, and malformed feet and toes. Wise people learn that supportive, adjustable footwear can make or break our day, and that’s where Silverts can help. 

Extra wide for inflamed and non-aligned toes: The pressure of shoes on sore or twisted joints can force even people who once had narrow feet into sandals year around. This happened to my mother, and I’ll attest that it was a nightmare in our cold climate. Yet buying her regular shoes with a wide toe made them too large elsewhere. I wish we’d had a choice at the time like Silverts extra wide shoes. Since these are easy-on, easy-off, as well, she’d have loved them.

Swelling feet and ankles: My mother had problems not only with painful, twisted toes...

Continue reading on Silverts for more information on adaptive footwear including easy-on/easy-off options:

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