Your Achilles tendon connects your heel to your calf muscle, and it can be partially or completely torn. This type of injury can be painful and affect your ability to walk.
High heels shift your center of gravity forwards, causing increased pressure on the front of the foot, which compresses the forefoot and toes. High heels shorten the heel cord (Achilles tendon) making it less effective to function normally.
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patient care model may differ.