When you're experiencing foot pain due to a chronic condition, corn, blister or other problem, getting through your day can be a struggle. Just taking steps to complete your daily routine can be difficult, but it's possible to ease your discomfort and get back to living life to the fullest. Specialty footwear from CVS can address symptoms by protecting and supporting your feet. You can explore the footwear options in this product selection, make a purchase and enjoy convenient shipping to your door.
Pressure and friction from shoes can contribute to the development of corns, calluses, blisters, bunions and other conditions. By using specialty footwear products, you can improve the fit of your shoes to decrease the risk of these problems or to address existing concerns. Options include padding that you can place wherever you desire and pads and insoles that are designed to fit in a specific area of a shoe.
Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition marked by inflammation of the band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot. Often, specialty footwear is recommended to reduce pressure on the inflamed area. You can choose from sleeves that fit over the top of the foot, the heel and ankle and plantar fasciitis socks that cover the entire foot.
If conventional shoes don't provide enough support for your feet, orthotic footwear can be an excellent alternative. These shoes are designed specifically to provide support for the arches and to keep the feet properly aligned during the day.
To learn more about the benefits of any of the footwear items found in this product selection, simply click on the product. The product descriptions will outline the features of the footwear and explain for whom it is intended. As you compare your options, be sure to take size into consideration. Many products are intended to fit individuals of a certain shoe size. Each manufacturer develops their own sizing system, making it important that you carefully read the sizing information.
Before using footwear to address a foot care concern, discuss the matter with your medical provider. Some problems may require more than just specialty footwear for treatment. Your health care provider can fully diagnose the problem and recommend the best footwear for your needs. Be sure to read the usage instructions included with the footwear carefully and follow them closely to ensure best results.