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Sarah Russo3 years ago

Maitland ladies, are your feet throbbing from wearing heels?

Do you love to wear high heels but hate the aching arches and blisters that come with them? Say goodbye to suffering in silence for the sake of style with our top tips on easing the pain of wearing high heels. We have something for everyone, from serial heel wearers to those only slipping on a pair of stilettos for a night on the town. If your feet are already suffering, why not try one of the Maitland massage parlours we have selected just for you. Do your feet a favour and read on to discover how you can save yourself a lot of pain without sacrificing fashion.

Style

You may love sky-high shoes with pencil thin heels, however you are almost guaranteed to have aching arches and blisters in no time. Take a look at current fashion and assess which current high heel trends may be less painful. Whether it is a block heel, wedge or a shorter heel, these styles will help you achieve a pain free strut.


Say good-bye to blisters

Whether it is a new pair of shoes or a beloved pair that tend to pinch, blisters can leave your feet in stinging pain for weeks. You can use sticky gel pieces to prevent your skin touching the shoe or simply swipe aloe vera, Vaseline or paw-paw cream onto the inner backing of the shoe or any area your shoes rub. Misting your feet with a little antiperspirant aerosol will prevent blisters created by sweating feet.


Shoe inserts

There are a wide variety of shoe inserts available these days, including inflated, scented, gel and fur-lined. The gel inserts are great for delaying or even preventing aching arches and the throbbing pain in the balls of your feet. Plus they tend to keep your feet cool.


Cinderella procedures

If you are extremely serious about your high heel wearing, surgeries such as aesthetic toe-shortening, bunionplasty (foot reshaping) and plumping injections may be an option for you. It cannot be guaranteed you will get the results you are looking for from any of the treatments and can cause scarring, foot instability or even constant foot pain. So think carefully if you really want to walk down this road.


Switching to flat shoes

Alternatively, keeping a collapsible pair of ballet flats in your bag can be a lifesaver for aching feet. Pop them on for long walks or the time you spend at your desk to reduce the aches and pains of high heels.


Are you feet crying out for a well-deserved foot rub? Try one of these massage therapists in the Maitland area.


 Australian Massage Therapies

Providing remedial and therapeutic massage, Australia Massage Therapies is open everyday including Sunday so you can pop in before or after work and on weekends. Whether you are looking to treat aches and pains, headaches, an injury or are just looking to relax, the team can customise a treatment plan especially for you. Australian Massage Therapies work with an on-site chiropractor. For optimal results, book in a massage before a chiropractic session. Come in and see the team today.
Where: 11 Belmore Road, Lorn NSW 2320


Alure Thai Massage

Offering traditional and modern massage techniques, Alure Thai Massage can help you improve your range of motion and mental health. Enjoy a remedial massage to help reduce muscle tension, headaches and improve your circulation or unwind with a soothing essential oils or facial massage. Book yourself in for a massage or purchase a gift voucher to treat the ones you love!
Where: 48A Church Street, Maitland NSW 2320


Not in Maitland? Find a massage therapist near you.


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