Pain from High Heels Have you ever worn uncomfortable, high-heeled shoes you know will make your feet hurt, but wore them anyways because you wanted to dress up an outfit? If you said yes to this, you are not alone. According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, roughly 42 percent of women admitted they would wear a shoe they liked, even if it made them uncomfortable. Furthermore, approximately 73 percent of these women have also admitted to having shoe-related foot issues. Read More >>
Pain From Overdoing It At The Holidays It’s not entirely unusual for you to be up all hours of the night dancing and having a great time with family and friends during the holidays—isn’t that what this time of year is all about anyways? Regardless, for most people a little “R&R” (rest and relaxation) is all that’s needed to recover and be back on their feet the next day.
Unfortunately for you, it probably takes more than a day of rest, followed by pain medication, before you’re back to your version of “normal.” The pain management specialists at The Pain Center of Arizona want you to enjoy the holiday season, pain-free. However, if you find yourself feeling the after-effects from boogy-woogying a little too hard, consider these tips to manage your chronic pain. Read More >>