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Talus Heelbeds provides next-level comfort for high heel shoes
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Apr '10
Hearing the cry of women with aching feet everywhere, Heeluxe, LLC the new premier brand in high heel comfort for women, debuted its principal product – the Talus Heelbed. The first luxury high heel inserts on the market, the Talus Heelbed was designed with body movement and science in mind, offering the next level in pain relief for women who don't want to compromise fashion for function.

High heels push the foot into an unnatural forward slant resulting in added pressure on the ball and on the arch of the foot. The result is not only pain in the feet, knees and back, but long-term damaging effects to these areas as well. Talus Heelbeds work by shifting an appropriate amount of weight to the heel, supporting the natural heel movement that comes in the high heel position and taking pressure off of the ball of the foot, preventing the foot from sliding forward.

“Years of treating numerous aching feet and making thousands of orthotics led me to the conclusion that women are simply not meant to wear high heeled shoes,” said Heeluxe Founder, Dr. Geoffrey Alan Gray, DPT. “But women also shouldn't have to choose between wearing the stylish high-heel stilettos or wedges and having their feet suffer, or going for a less-fashionable, but more comfortable look. Talus Heelbeds work with natural heel movement to create support that will allow women everywhere to wear their heels all day and all night -- without pain.”

Heeluxe LLC

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