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Shoes for fibromyalgia
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simonne42 - July 29

Does anyone know if there are specific shoes that can be worn and it will also help on the fibro or RLS? Just wondering, though my doctor has me working now part-time, I still have aches and pains, sometimes I think maybe I can get better shoes. But I bought a pair of Nike four months ago because of the quality and fit with cushion inside and they already feel like they have lost the support I need. What about sandles or flip flops, suggestions??

 

nikita3 - July 30

I've always had trouble trying to find shoes that don't hurt my feet which I think is because of fibromyalgia. What I've done for the last few years is buy shoes that will cater for orthotics and buy the Scholl Orthaheel Workforce orthotics from the chemist and put those in (a lot cheaper than ones you get made up from a podiatrist). I have orthotics in three pairs of shoes that I wear to work. My most comfortable shoes are a pair of Hi-tec hiking boots that I bought for a trip overseas. I don't have orthotics in them, but they don't seem to need it. When on the overseas trip I walked for hours in them and had no problem. Unfortunately they are not the kind of shoe allowed at my workplace though.

 

georgene - March 7

I've had a lot of problems with my feet. My one foot was burning so bad it would keep me awake. I started wearing the SAS leather shoes with tie ups like the older ladies wear and the pain is nearly gone. They are made of a good leather that conforms to your feet. Not pretty to look at but I'm thankful the pain is nearly gone.

 

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