Actress Jennifer Lawrence does not have the best relationship with high heels. In fact, Lawrence’s relations with the popular women’s shoe are said to have a real fallout. While wearing strapped high heels, Lawrence fell at the X-Men: Days of Future Past premiere in New York. Lawrence slipped while walking up a staircase towards a photo call. Thankfully, Lawrence was saved from a second slip-up with the intervention of an assistant, who grabbed Lawrence’s wrist in time.
The Hunger Games star is known for taking her tumbles, especially during the Oscars. In fact, Lawrence fell on the red carpet for two years in a row. Fortunately, Lawrence still manages to stay poised in spite of her clumsy habit.
High heels may be popular, but they aren’t high in the health department. If you have foot or ankle discomfort due to wearing heels, we can address your foot and ankle needs.
Wearing High Heels and How it Affects Feet
High heels affect what parts of the body?
- Joints in the Ankle
- Balls of the Feet
- Achilles Tendon
- Knees – heels cause the knees to bend constantly, creating stress on them
- Back – they decrease the spine’s ability to absorb shock, which may lead to back pain. Also, the vertebrae of the lower back may compress.
What problems can arise from long term use of high heels?
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Plantar Fasciitis
How can I maintain my foot health and still wear high heels?
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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office. We offer the newest diagnostic and treatment technologies for all your foot and ankle needs.