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What Is The Best Treatment For Large Feet
I have really large feet and only 19 I am am going into a size 12 uk size is there any treatment for this?
No formal treatment: No formal treatment that i know of.... Would discuss options with a podiatrist or orthopedic foot specialist. ...Read more
Radiographs: The best way to determine if you will stop growing is to evaluate xrays of your feet. We look at whether or not your growth plates have fused and when they have, we say that you have reached 'skeletal maturity' and are not expected to grow at those sites any longer. ...Read more
Think advantages: There are many advantages to having large feet. Your feet simultaneously support your weight, balance and propel you and safely absorb the shocks of your motion. You have a bigger stronger base to do more things like balance and run and leap your feet are springs and levers that cushion and propel you. Those feet can act as launching pads for leaps. They can act as brakes and pivots. No surgery! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bad bunions? Well, i've always had insanely large feet, at least for somebody my size, but it seems like the years of being able to press my feet into "regular" shoes has passed. I've been having a lot of pain with my bunions, and they even show. Prominen
Please : Please state your age, sex and describe why you cannot wear regular shoes. Are youi having any enlargement of your hands, head cicumference or any changes in your facial features. Regarding shoes try to get rocker bottom shoes with wide toe box. This should give you some relief. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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