Footwear in this section is made either with integral arch and heel supports, or has extra depth and/or width for inserting insoles and orthotic supports prescribed for specific foot conditions.1
If you experience pain or discomfort in your feet, or have a condition that affects your feet, we recommend you seek advice from a registered podiatrist or chiropodist. They can advise you on the right type of footwear or other supports you may need to make your footwear comfortable and supportive. They can also advise you on how to care for your feet and are able to provide treatment on a range of conditions affecting the foot.2View references and sources of further information ›
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