Podiatrist Recommended Women’s Sandals for Spring 2012

By | April 15, 2019

Podiatrist Recommended

Women’s Sandals for 
Spring 2012

Aravon Katy

This is a great sandal that can be found at most New Balance stores. The thick rigid sole offers maximal protection to the foot and I love the soft footbed, which offers decent arch support. The forefoot, midfoot and rearfoot control offers biomechanical control, which helps decrease pain, chance of injury and mechanical strain.

 Naot Jive 

Gotta’ love the Naots! A bit more of a casual look but the rigid sole combined with the soft footbed and solid forefoot, midfoot and rearfoot strapping is great for biomechanically controlling for the foot, which dramatically improves comfort to not just the foot – but also the knees, hips & lower back. 


 Wolky Cloggy

The Wolky line of shoes offers high quality shoes with excellent biomechanical control for the foot and ankle. One of my favorite aspects of this sandal is the thick rigid sole that is protective of the joints. The footbed is soft and has fabulous arch support. It’s an expensive sandal but consider it a solid investment in your foot health!

Alegria Kleo

I’m a big fan of all of the Alegria shoes that have rearfoot strapping! Don’t be fooled and get the shoes or sandals that don’t have rearfoot strapping or control – you will be cheating yourself of comfort. This sandal has an awesome thick and rigid sole with a soft footbed with good arch support. As long as you also have rearfoot control, this sandal will increase comfort, decrease chance of injury and cause less “wear and tear” on the foot and ankle joints.


These Four Sandals ARE Recommended for Patients with:
*Heel Pain
*Hallux Limitus (Limited Range of Motion across the 1st Toe Joint)
*Morton’s Neuroma
*Mild to Moderate Hammertoes
*Mild Tailor’s Bunions
*Mild Bunions
*Mild Achilles Tendonitis
*Fibroma’s on the bottom of the foot
*Flat Feet
*Hypermobility (Ligament Laxity)
*Corns & Calluses
*Ingrown Toenails
These Sandals are NOT Recommended for Patients with:
*Neuropathy (Nerve Damage)
*Peripheral Arterial Disease
*History of Ulcerations 
*Charcot Foot 
*Severe Ankle Instability 
Hope all is well,
Dr. Cathleen A. McCarthy 

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