Switching to unsupportive shoes with thin flexible soles can be a big change, and for some people it’s not advised to try it without professional assistance. While most otherwise-healthy individuals can adapt over time to barefoot and minimalist shoes, if you have the following you might consider working with a professional before trying it: Ehlers Danlos/severe hypermobility, rigid musculoskeletal deformities or any pre-existing foot condition, and peripheral neuropathy. In most cases it’s a not a question of whether it’s possible, but whether you are willing to stick with the process. Click here for a list of foot conditions and suggested treatments.
A How To Find Shoes When You Have Bunions A bunion is when the metatarsal head (where the toe connects to the foot) moves away