I am not a doctor but one thing I know for sure is that everyone's feet are different. One brand might fit me but might not fit you. My suggestion to you is to go to a store, like a place specialized for runners, where they'll look at your feet and at how you walk and they'll make you try different kind of shoes. With that said the shoes that'll you get there won't be cheap, depending what your budget is for shoes.View Thread
I sprained my ankle very badly more than 3 months ago. I've had 2 sets of x-ray, a bone scan and a CT scan done. Because my Doctor thought that my talus was fractured, turns out it's not but I have 2 torn ligaments. My doctor sent me to physiontherapy, everything is going well; my foot is more mobile, my ankle is more stable, I can walk normally but I just can't flex my ankle forward (like bringing my knee nearer to my toes) . It's not painfull but it's just not going. My physiotherapist never said it's abnormal, but I am starting to think that there is a bigger problem. Is this normal that it take so much time to heal?View Thread
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