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No more Nanna shoes!

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No more Nanna shoes!

Jane Lawler

It’s so hard to find fashionable shoes that can accommodate orthotics!

Often, they look great in the shops but when you get home and try your orthotics in them, they just don’t work. For those of you who wear orthotics, we’re sure you can relate to the frustrations of finding comfortable and decent looking shoes to wear them in.

For the last few years our podiatrists at Junction Foot & Ankle Group have been keen to address this frustration with our patients. We have selected a few styles of fashionable shoes for both men and women to offer our patients, which can accommodate orthoses.

Slowly we’ve been increasing our range, as new styles become available and have proved themselves to us. You see, it’s great to look good in shoes, but the shoes have to be comfortable and functional as well. There are even some open sandals that will fit your orthotics. We have tried to narrow down the most comfortable and popular styles to offer our patients.

And whilst we don’t carry the full selection of shoes, we do offer the benefit of being able to speak to a podiatrist or have us check the fitting of the shoes and whether they are right for your orthotics. And we’re also happy to order in styles we don’t have if you like something we don’t carry.

We’re also human and understand you can’t survive an Aussie summer without a pair of double pluggers. We think we have found the most comfortable thongs ever. Your feet will love them!

Come in and have a look at our range of Revere, Vionic and OrthaHeel footwear, or chat to one of our podiatrists at your next appointment. Oh, and remember to bring in your orthotics too.