Raising heel height alters pressure variables in experienced high-heel wearers

by Adam Hawkey and Isabel Gardiner
Wednesday 18th March 2015 - Article 4

High heels are worn by millions of women every day in both professional and social settings. Despite high heels being used prolifically, research examining the effects of different heel heights on gait patterns is limited. The current study investigated how changes in heel-height alter pressure distribution.

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