Arthritis patients could find relief in "barefoot shoes"

04/11/2013 | MedWire News (U.K.)

Shoes that are designed to mimic the movement of bare feet could help correct gait problems and reduce pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis, new research revealed. The flexible, lightweight shoes' flexion-point grooves help decrease knee loading, and the benefit continues even when patients wear regular shoes.

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