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The Dr. Oz Show - Getting Past Pain; Fix Your Foot Problems

Dr. Suzanne Levine, Board Certified NY Podiatrist on The Doctor Oz Show

Dr. Suzanne Levine of New York City's Institute Beaute recently appeared on The Doctor Oz Show where she and Dr. Oz discussed some common foot ailments that many people have to deal with on a daily basis. Feet are at the center of everyday-gravitational pull, which is one reason why feet are subject to ongoing pain. Constant weight bearing down on your feet will often lead to a number of foot health problems down the road.

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Home & Family - Dr. Suzanne Levine Asked by Fans for Advice

t has been a week since author of My Feet Are Killing Me, Dr. Suzanne Levine appeared on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family Show.  The response to which has been great, btw!  And she looks forward to her next appearance.

The video below is from the Home & Family Facebook Page. They asked their Home & Family Facebook Page fans if they had any questions for me . . . and it was about wearing stilettos and high heel shoes. Please enjoy!

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HuffingtonPost.com - What Your Shoes Are Really Doing To Your Feet

There are few accessories that excite women quite like shoes. Not only are they the key to transforming an outfit, but is there any item in your closet that can make you feel sexier? Of course, there’s also a flip side: Is there any accessory that can cause as much suffering as uncomfortable footwear? And hobbling around in misery (or worse, going barefoot in public because you can’t stand the pain) isn’t exactly cute!

Since women are affected by foot problems four times more than men, Dr. Suzanne Levinecelebrity podiatrist and author of “My Feet Are Killing Me” stresses the importance of taking care of our tootsies — and not just for the sake of looking good. “Our feet are a foundation,” she says, “and the way we dress them influences the way we feel.” With an entire chapter devoted to shoe sense, Dr. Levine walks us through how different sole styles affect our health and why many of us are shopping all wrong.

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WeightWatchers.com - Can’t Walk This Way

According to a study by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), 72 percent of Americans say they do not exercise because foot pain prevents them from doing so. When you’re a busy woman on the go — and trying to establish a weight loss walking routine — any kind of discomfort can really throw a wrench into your plans. Yet according to the APMA, 35 percent of those with foot pain have been suffering for two years or longer.

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