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Halloween fun in the office!

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Dr. Allred was getting into the Halloween spirit recently by dressing up in the office! 



We hope you are having a wonderful October! As always, we want to caution you to be safe this Halloween while out and about. Just because you have a costume on doesn't mean your feet should suffer.

Here are a few tips for staying comfortable on All Hallow's Eve:


1) Ill-fitting or uncomfortable shoes aren't recommended for long nights of trick-or-treating, or for dancing the night away at Halloween parties! If you have to wear footwear you are worried about (may cause blisters, dangerous to walk in etc.), take an extra pair of comfortable shoes along. Better safe than sorry! 

2) Be sure to wear (or take along!) shoes for cold, wet weather as well if that is something to worry about! You don't want to be traipsing around in soggy shoes for half the night.

3) Avoid wearing very high heels or other shoes that may be dangerous for your feet and ankles. Whether you will be walking door-to-door or at hanging out at a party, heels can be dangerous. If you plan on dancing or walking over different terrains (grass, pavement, etc.)  take a pair of flats to change into. 

4) Watch out for blisters! New or different types of shoes can cause blisters. To be safe, carry some bandaids with you in case a blister starts to develop. 


If you do develop any issues with your feet or ankles, you can call us at (615) 220-8788 to set up an appointment, or contact us online.




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