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Beech Sandals

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Stirling, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. Stirling

    Stirling Active Member


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    Beech Sandals "as seen in Oprah's O Magazine"

    So they must be good! :)

    My patient today said she was given a pair of Beech Sandals and swears that her feet are now pain free (no more forefoot cramping)
    Anyone have any experience with these shoes? Or ideas on how they could possibly benefit the wearer?

    "Today Beech is viewed by Podiatrists, Beauty Therapists, Osteopaths and Yoga enthusiasts as the ultimate well-being flip-flop able to offer specific benefits to a variety of different users."

    http://www.beechsandals.co.uk/default.asp

    Impressive before and after shots in the "case study" :)
     

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  2. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    Most strange to decide to do before and after shots from different views.

    More importantly how have these sandals removed the medial eminence of the HAV affecting the L1st metatarsophalangeal joint??
     
  3. Ella Hurrell

    Ella Hurrell Active Member

    Just what I was thinking - perhaps the bunion fairy magic-ed it away in between photoshoots:pigs:?
     
  4. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    You cant argue that the foot 'posture' looks different on the after photo... I'm sure its all due to the sandal and not that they are using Tibialis Anterior for the photo at all ;)
     
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