High Heels

Leonardo Da Vinci was right when he called the human foot “a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.”
Each of your feet is made up of 26 major bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles and tendons.
Your feet are designed to provide you with balance and strength. If we were meant to wear high heels, our feet would have been designed like this!
Here are some tips if you really must wear high heels:
• Minimise the length of time you spend wearing heels in general
• Try not to stand for too long at any one time in high heels
• When sitting, remove your shoes and stretch out your feet
• Carry flat shoes with you in your bag, so you can swap shoes when walking long distances
• Remove your shoes when in the house and wear flat slippers
• Avoid open back or slide-on shoes that require toe gripping. This can result in hammer toes and foot tension.
• While the ideal height is no heel, a two-inch heel will cause less pain or damage than higher ones.
• Regularly visit a Chiropractor