If you experience foot pain after wearing high heels and the pain does not subside after a few days, consult a foot and ankle orthopedic specialist. Keep in mind that there are many different causes of foot pain. An orthopedic specialist will be able to target the source of the pain and recommend various treatments, with surgery as the last resort.
R Tyler. Boone, MD
Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery
- orthopedic surgery
- neck & spine surgery
Location and Office HoursEastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center
6475 S Yale Ave Ste 410
Tulsa, OK 74136
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- What should I do if I experience foot pain after wearing high heels?
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(This answer provided for NATA by the Gustavus Adolphus College Athletic Training Education Program.)
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