Vogue.com—August 28, 2018
"Wearing shoes that are too small poses many dangers to the wearer. For instance, this may cause a postural imbalance which can lead to unsteady walking resulting in falls and other underfoot accidents," said Dr. Positano.
"In addition, the important biomechanical relationship between the front (big toe) and the back (heel, ankle, Achilles) of the foot is altered, thus resulting in overuse injuries involving tendons, ligaments, muscles, and bones. Sometimes wearing a cool-looking shoe can put you in hot water," he noted.
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