Often times high-end running shoes are developed and manufactured to accommodate a particular foot structure or foot type. Depending on your foot type, it is possible that the shoes may be causing irritation to your feet. However, more commonly when new training shoes are purchased there is a tendency to increase your workout duration or intensity. It may not be the shoe that needs adjusting, but rather your training technique or workout regimen.
As foot and ankle specialists, the physicians at Podiatry Associate, PC can help provide shoe gear and activity recommendations. Contact our office today at 303-805-5156 to schedule an appointment at our Parker, Cherry Creek or Castle Pines location.