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Family & Relationships Not just women killing their feet with heels! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy

19:25  14 april  2018
19:25  14 april  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Not just women killing their feet with heels ! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy . As male fashion footwear becomes more popular on the market, experts are seeing more men suffer similar conditions that women in high heels

Not just women killing their feet with heels ! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy . msn.com Sydney podiatrist Nicole Reilly revealed the ugly side effects men 's footwear can cause - and the most complained about shoes .

  Not just women killing their feet with heels! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy © Provided by Getty Like many men, they don't pay much attention to their feet.

But there are serious health problems men are increasingly facing with shoes.

As male fashion footwear becomes more popular on the market, experts are seeing more men suffer similar conditions that women in high heels experience.

Here, Sydney podiatrist Nicole Reilly revealed the ugly side effects men's footwear can cause - and the most complained about shoes.

She revealed the top complaints made by male clients at her clinic include heel and  calf pains, shin splints, arthritis, bunions, nail fungus and ingrowing toenails.

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Sydney podiatrist Nicole Reilly has revealed how you can wear heels comfortably without hurting your feet - and the ugly side effects they can bring to your body over time. From bunions and pinched nerves to severe lower back pain: How high heels are causing serious health problems to your body.

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'While there's a lot of press surrounding the issues of high heels and what they do to women's feet, the truth is that men are equally vulnerable to having painful problems with their feet,' Ms Reilly told Daily Mail Australia.

'Men tend to ignore foot and ankle problems more than women until it starts slowing them down.

'The feet are the parts of the body under the most pressure each day and they need to be looked after, particularly if you stand up all day, work in heavy industry or play sport regularly.

'As we age our feet are also more sensitive so ensuring they are healthy is important. It's important for men to know that pain is not normal, and most foot and ankle conditions are easier to treat when diagnosed early.

'We are seeing a big shift in fashion shoes for men. As male fashion shoes become more available as options, we are seeing men suffer similar conditions that women in heels experience.

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'We also see younger men wearing fashionable sneakers to the gym and lifting heavy weights. We are noticing an increase in injuries to this age group due to poor gym and work shoe choices.'

Sydney podiatrist Nicole Reilly revealed the ugly side effects men's footwear can cause © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Sydney podiatrist Nicole Reilly revealed the ugly side effects men's footwear can cause Revealed: Men's most complained about shoes

Narrow Toe Box Shoes – Increases the chances of forefoot pain. The conditions we commonly see are Pinched Nerves (Morton's Neuroma), Corns and callus formation, Bunions and Clawed toes, ingrowing toe-nails.

Non Leather Lined/Upper shoes – Can cause nail and foot fungus due to the increase in sweat production and non-breathable properties. Increase in friction over the heel area and forefoot region due to the material not stretching to accommodate soft tissue.

Elevator Shoes – Shoes today are coming with built in insoles that can increase the height of a male or soles that have a fashion air pocket or increase in heel height relative to forefoot height (almost like a wedge feature in the shoe for men). This feature can shorten the achilles, calf or hamstring muscle and have an effect on posture and forefoot weight-distribution.

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Non Rubber Soled Shoes - Due to the lack of cushioning properties we are seeing more injuries occurring due to this feature. In particular if the shoe has a plastic or wooden sole. Male patients are complaining of aching legs, feet, knee or lower back pain after a long day at work that present with this feature in their shoes.

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  Not just women killing their feet with heels! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy © Provided by Getty So how can you wear shoes comfortably without hurting your feet?

'Make sure you are wearing the right sized shoe,' the owner of Sole Therapy said.

'Educate yourself on your own foot-type before purchase. Sports shoes purchased can cater for different arch heights and cushioning levels needed.

'In running shoes - features can be hidden or confusing as shoes cater for a neutral, pronated and/or supinated foot-types.

'If you have a wider foot purchase shoes that account for your extra width.

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Foot pain due to uncomfortable shoes can be the worst - but what if there was a cheap and easy way to Glamorous shoes with elevated heels not only change the posture of the foot , but the overall “The joint becomes unstable too, as the bones that attach the foot to the leg are out of place which

'Look after your feet and see a Podiatrist for nail and foot care if you experience ingrowing toenails, corns, callus or foot/nail fungus.'

  Not just women killing their feet with heels! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy © Provided by Getty Tips to buy trainers

1. Don't buy a shoe just because it looks good as the features within this shoe may not be suitable for your activity or chosen sport.

2. Understand your foot posture and the demands of your activity as companies spend billions on designing shoes for different peoples needs.

3. Visit a podiatrist that is passionate about biomechanics as they will help you understand your foot and body posture and what shoes you may need for your required activity.

4. Some sport shoes have hidden features that support a foot and if you don't need this feature you may experience pain whilst wearing these shoes. Buyer beware!

To find the right pair, Ms Reilly said there were a few features to keep in mind when purchasing new work shoes.

'Look for shoes with a firm heel counter and provides heel stability and support,' she said.

The heel height should not be greater than 2.5cm - a broad base gives greater support, she said.

The sole should be reasonably firm throughout and bend across the ball of the foot, but not at the mid-foot. Rubber soles provide grip and shock absorption.

  Not just women killing their feet with heels! Podiatrist reveals MEN are facing serious health problems - as their shoes become more trendy © Provided by Getty She explained toebox should be deep and wide enough to allow the toes to spread naturally. Midfood fasteners such as laces, buckles or Velcro helps to ensure snug fit and present foot moving forward.

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Most women are in pain in just over an hour and 90% have suffered problems from ill-fitting More than a third of respondents said their feet had been so sore on a night out that they danced Consultant podiatrist Mike O'Neill, from the College of Podiatry, warned that squeezing feet into

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Ms Reilly said there were many ways to help feet recover after a long day in shoes.

'Massage your feet. Consider dry needling or acupuncture for imbalances or tight muscles,' she said.

'Try foot and leg stretches and strengthening exercises, wear the right shoe for your foot-type and elevate your feet while resting.

'Use a foot roller or spiky ball or soak your feet in Epson salts if tired at the end of the day.

'If you have diabetes it is important you visit a podiatrist to check your feet as complications such as vascular, neurological and ulceration can occur more frequently in these cases.

'And lastly, see a podiatrist and address your foot, leg, knee or back complaints.'

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