Comfortable Women’s Wedge Heels – Tusbo Stlye!

By | April 15, 2019
TSUBO
Two Comfortable Cool Women’s Wedges…
 Tsubo Barto
$119 at 6pm.com
 Tsubo Sedna 
$159 at zappos.com
I absolutely love Tsubo shoes!
Every pair I’ve owned has been a go-to shoe for comfort and style. 
What’s great about these two wedges are that they have a thick, rigid sole that is very protective of your foot joints. 
More protection for your feet means 
less wear-and-tear of the joints, which results in 
more comfort and less chance of injury. 
Not to mention prettier feet! 
You are either beating up your feet or you are beating up the shoes…

The Barto shoe is superior because it has forefoot, midfoot and rearfoot control, which allows for more biomechanical control. 
More biomechanical control of the foot and ankle means you get less mechanical strain, which allows for  less chance of injury and 
superior comfort. 

The Tsubo Sedna lacks midfoot control but has rearfoot and ankle control, which makes it an amazingly comfortable wedge sandal. The Sedna  is a particularly good shoe for anyone who has a large bump on the top of their foot (exostosis) and can’t have any pressure on it.


Are you starting to develop bunions or hammertoes? 
Are you concerned about stopping or slowing the progression of foot deformities such as bunions and hammertoes? 

To do this, it is imperative that you only wear shoes with a thick rigid sole that has forefoot, midfoot and rearfoot control.

Excessive motion in the foot while wearing substandard shoegear (i.e. flexible!) encourages the deveopment of:

*Bunions
*Hammertoes
*Tailor’s Bunions
*Morton’s Neuromas 
*Corns & Calluses
*Achilles Tendonitis
*Tendonitis
*Bone Spurs
*Osteoarthritis
*Joint Damage
*Stress Fractures
*Knee, Hip & Lower Back Pain

These Tsubo wedge sandals are a great option for women who want fashion, height and comfort while not wanting to cause their bunions or hammertoes to get worse!

 These Shoes ARE Recommended for Patients with:
*Mild Hallux Limitus (limited range of motion of the 1st toe joint)
*Mild Bunions
*Mild Hammertoes
*Mild Achilles Tendonitis
*Mild Tendonitis
*Morton’s Neuroma
*Mild Capsulitis of the Forefoot Joints 
*Mild Osteoarthritis
*Mild Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain)
*Metatarsalgia
*Mild Plantar Plate Injuries
*Recovering from Lisfranc’s Injury (i.e. Jone’s Fracture)
*Mild Ankle Instability
*Mild Hypermobility

These Wedges Are NOT Recommended For Patients with:
*Charcot Foot
*Diabetics
*Diabetics with history of Ulcerations
*Peripheral Arterial Disease (Poor Circulation)
*Peripheral Neuropathy (Nerve Damage)
*Muscle Weakness
*Balance Issues
*The Elderly
*Severe Hallux Limitus or Hallux Limitus (No Range of Motion of the 1st Toe Joint)
*Severe Degenerative Joint Disease and limited range of motion of any of the forefoot structures
I hope this was helpful and I would love to hear any feedback on your experience with these shoes!
Dr. Cathleen A. McCarthy
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