Your podiatrist can advise you on footwear modifications that you may require. E.g. your shoes may need to be stretched to accommodate bunions or hammer toes.  You may require some padding or insoles/orthotics in your shoes to walk more comfortably


It’s important that the style of shoe you wear is appropriate for the medical conditions of your feet. For example, if you have arthritis or diabetes you may require extra depth or extra width shoes to accommodate and protect your feet.   Shoes need to be an appropriate style for the level of activity and also support your feet well during that activity.

Buderim Podiatry  has a range of shoes, sandals and supportive slip-on styles that assist good foot health. Visit our Buderim rooms for a trial fitting. For an extended range of Vionic shoes you can visit their online store through this link.