No, shoes do not cause bunions. What they do cause is secondary problems like corns, callus etc.
It is an old story about shoes and bunions, but a study carried out many years ago found that nomadic tribes in Africa who did not wear any shoes at any point in their lives were still getting bunions.
There are some thing that should happen for a diabetic.
With footcare- which has shown to be very important to a diabetic, you should have your feet checked for the following:
Nerves and circulation B…
Foot ulcers- skin breaks downs which then can cause a hole in your foot, is common with diabetics.
The problem is that they appear quickly- usually- but mostly not always, without any sign.
The main f…