Toning shoes like Skechers can Cause Bone and Joint Injuries
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
Those with osteoporosis can create a spontaneous fracture with the rocking sensation with subsequent pressure on the tibia or spinal movement. Those with osteoarthritis are likewise putting pressure on weakened joints that might otherwise be protected by different forms of muscle building exercise under guidance such as yoga or Pilates.
Those who already have joint or bone pain and problems may find the issues exaggerated by wearing these shoes. The rolling movement may put undue pressure on ankles, hips, or lower back. Calloused pressure points may be created as the foot learns new ways to compensate in a different gait.
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