These shoes found in King Tut’s tomb depict an African and a Semite.  The wearer was able to walk all over his enemies in spite.

Yes, your everyday sandals are the culprit. Instead of your typical summer footwear, go for a shoe or sandal that offers more support. The American Podiatric Medical Association lists these potential injuries from wearing different types of sandals: sprained or twisted ankles from wedges or espadrilles; bunions and hammertoes from peep toe sandals; poor support, heel pain, and arch pain from flats and slides; injuries to the ankle and pain in the ball of the foot from high heels or platforms; and calluses, poor support, and irritation between the toes from strappy or lace-up sandals.

American Podiatric Medical Association, May 2017


For more information: