Have you ever tried wearing Dansko shoes? They are very good for support.
I overworked my feet and legs yesterday. I got home at 11:00 pm from working on a major fundraiser. The floors are concrete. Today will be VERY busy preparing for the major event. Thousands of people come for Oktoberfest.
My team and I can raise $10,000 just from the auctions. Both a LIVE and a silent. I have done this for over 10 years. I know what is in store for me. I have never hurt like this on the 1st day of set up.
I am very concerned.
Please pray for my overall health, especially my feet and legs today. Also, that our auctions raise as much as they did last year.
Praying for your request. SAS shoes are also great - they have extra room for any swelling. Also getting orthotics helps because they the inserts are made from a mold pattern of your feet. They take awhile to adjust to...can only wear them for an hour or two initially and then work up to a day. The doctor (specialist in the medical and surgical treatment of the foot and ankle) makes slight adjustments if required after a month or two. These inserts can be adjusted anytime to your particular need and or you can redo a molding section after a few years.