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Best Shoes After Calcaneal Fracture

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Last updated: 03/12/2023

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by James McCormack

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Calcaneal fractures are rare and usually result from repetitive impact or when someone falls from a height. Impact activities such as running or gymnastics can lead to a calcaneal stress fracture, and these injuries must be treated with the appropriate guidance and care. 

Alongside guided rehabilitation, finding the best shoes after a Calcaneus Fracture is imperative. Based on our extensive clinical experience as foot and ankle experts, we will recommend the best shoes after Calcaneus Fracture. 

James McCormack is a Physical Therapist specialising in knee, foot & ankle injuries. www.james-mccormack.com participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Earnings from this are used to create free-to-read content without affecting the price of the shoes we recommend.

Best Shoes After Calcaneal Fracture

The best shoes for recovery after a calcaneal fracture have a cushioned sole, low heel drop and a mesh upper. 

Skechers Max Cushioning

We recommend the Skechers Max Cushioning for its slip-on heel and maximal cushioning.

The slip-on reduces the compression against the heel, which can be sensitive post-fracture.

The maximal cushioning protects the heel from impact when walking or standing.

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Asics Gel-Cumulus 25

We recommend the Asics Gel-Cumulus 25 due to their FF BLAST PLUS technology and PureGEL technology.

The FF BLAST PLUS technology is unique to the Asics brand, providing exceptional cushioning without adding weight to the shoe.

The PureGEL technology works as an additional shock absorber and provides additional comfort on heel strike.

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Physiotherapy with James McCormack

This is not medical advice. We recommend a consultation with a medical professional such as James McCormack. He offers Online Physiotherapy Appointments weekly.

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