shoes for Morton's Neuroma

BEST SHOES FOR MORTON'S NEUROMA

Harvard Medical School graduate Dr. Casey Kerrigan’s published medical research on human movement and the long term effects on the body of high-heels and other common features in women’s shoes became the scientific foundation of a better shoe design. Designed specifically for a woman’s anatomy and natural movement, OESH is the shoe of choice for Morton’s Neuroma.

RECOMMENDED SHOES FOR MORTON'S NEUROMA

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A WIDER FOREFOOT

Historically, shoes have been designed around the shape of a man’s foot with women’s shoes being of the same shape but essentially just shrunk down in size. However, counter to what many have thought, women actually have relatively wider forefeet than do men, which means they need a wider forefoot and toe area in their shoes. Which is why Dr. Kerrigan developed OESH around a woman’s foot anatomy, including a roomier forefoot area, made specifically for women…designed such that forefoot nerves don’t get pinched.

A WIDER FOREFOOT

Historically, shoes have been designed around the shape of a man’s foot with women’s shoes being of the same shape but essentially just shrunk down in size. However, counter to what many have thought, women actually have relatively wider forefeet than do men, which means they need a wider forefoot and toe area in their shoes. Which is why Dr. Kerrigan developed OESH around a woman’s foot anatomy, including a roomier forefoot area, made specifically for women…designed such that forefoot nerves don’t get pinched.

FLAT SOLE VS TRADITIONAL CURVED SOLE

It is unclear where in the history of shoe-making having a “cradle” was ever thought to be a good idea, but women’s shoes tend to have even more of a cradle than do men’s shoes. A cradle causes uneven pressures under the ball of the foot and cramps the area where the forefoot nerves must pass. Unlike other shoes that crowd the forefoot and compress the nerve passageway, OESH provides roominess that these structures need, all on a unique elastic spring sole that is the core foundation of all OESH shoes. You can see the difference below.

TYPICAL DESIGN

Shoes for Morton's Neuroma

OESH DESIGN

Shoes for Morton's Neuroma

DEVELOPED BY DR. CASEY KERRIGAN

OESH footwear directly addresses the issue which most all clinicians believe aggravates Morton’s neuroma–ill-fitting shoes that pinch the nerve between the metatarsals—with OESH instead providing a roomy forefoot area for the ball of your foot and toes to move naturally and healthily, all above a comfortable elastic spring sole.