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Diabetes and Your Feet | Ankle Sprain | Chronic Lateral Ankle Pain
Fractures | Shin Splints | Sports Injuries
Bunions | Flat Feet | Hammertoes
Plantar Fasciitis (heel spur) | Smelly Feet and Foot Odor
Neuroma | Blisters | Corns and Calluses
Ingrown Nails | Athlete's Foot | Fungal Nails
Orthotics | MRI | Fitness And Your Feet
Pediatric Foot Care
Most men's shoes conform to the shape of the feet and have a roomy toe box with sufficient horizontal and vertical space and a low heel (usually about half an inch high). Soles made of either hard materials (such as leather) or soft materials (such as crepe) can be worn, but softer soles tend to be more comfortable. If you stand for extended periods of time, shoes with soft, pliable and cushioned soles will protect your feet and help keep them comfortable.
The best shoes for men are good quality oxford styles, shoes ordinarily associated with wing-tip or cap toe designs. Also suitable are slip-ons, dressy loafers, and low dress boots.
It is advisable to have three to five pairs of shoes for business so that you can alternate your shoes on a daily basis.