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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Hallux Limitus/Rigidus Shoe: A Great Choice of daily Wear

When dealing with pain in the front of the foot, from many causes like Hallux Limitus/Rigidus, one shoe type that can be very helpful is a rigid non-bending shoe type. This is a new shoe to me, but a painful Hallux Rigidus sufferer told me it has been very helpful as an everyday shoe to limit the foot bend which produces pain.


This is the Specialized Tahoe, categorized as a Hike and Bike Shoe. This is great to limited motion across the metatarsals. It can be great for Hallux Limitus or Rigidus, Turf Toe, Metatarsalgia, Neuroma Pain, Sesamoiditis, and other forefoot ailments. This is the male version, and there is a female version.


http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/SBCEqProduct.jsp?spid=47115




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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your consultation. I will try to follow that. There are different playing shoes for different playing surfaces which is an important consideration. The right pair of shoes on a given surface, whether firm ground or artificial will last longer and provide more comfort while playing.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you very much for leaving a comment. Due to my time restraints, some comments may not be answered.I will answer questions that I feel will help the community as a whole.. I can only answer medical questions in a general form. No specific answers can be given. Please consult a podiatrist, therapist, orthopedist, or sports medicine physician in your area for specific questions.