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Which shoes are most comfortable for the pain in the foot?

I have a pain in my foot and doctor suggested me to wear the most comfortable shoes and avoid the heels, so my friend also suggested me to wear Converse all star high shoes so is it comfortable?

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Converse all star high shoes are comfortable for many people, but for people with pre-existing foot pain the basic converse gym shoe may not have enough cushioning.They are flat soles, but lack any support, and I find they do not help me, as I too have foot pain.The ideal shoe for foot pain has cushioning and needs to fit properly. Converse do have other running shoes with more cushioning, but so do other brands. Ideally see a podiatrist for advice, or at least get a shoe that has very good cushioning and has been fitted at a shoe store. Foot pain can cause so much grief, so its worth getting good shoes.

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It depends on what the nature of the problem is. Fly Flot and Terapie make comfortable shoes. Others are good too if you can get some that fit your foot properly. If they have a positive rocker sole, it can help with pain in the front of the foot.

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