Lets see what they said she said.
Sarah Jessica Parker, we all know, is known for her many years of day to day wearing of beautiful, extravagant and expensive high heel shoes during Sex and the City. In fact, in the article she said, "I worked 18-hour days
So she went to a podiatrist and she said he said, "Your foot does things it shouldn't be able to do. That bone there... You've created that bone. It doesn't belong there." Is that really what he said?
They said she said that she slipped because the sole of the shoe was not leather. Certainly a non-slip sole is important; but, I bet he said that the cost of shoe is less of a factor than the components of the shoe. I bet he said that a wider heel shoe is a more stable shoe despite the height of the heel. And I bet he said that a higher heel shoe is a less stable shoe despite the width of the heel. I am wondering if she said he said anything along those lines. I bet he did.
Lets think about what she said he said about her bones. First of all, wearing stilettos for years in your 20's, even if your foot type finds them comfortable, will lead to foot problems in your 30's. That's what I said he probably said. That would certainly be what I said had she come to see me. The shoes do hold your feet in an unnatural position and puts strain on the bones in an unnatural way. But did he actually say that they caused a specific bone? I doubt that is what he said. Maybe that's not really what they said she said he said.
Wearing those sky high heels on a daily basis may cause or contribute to many bone problems such as arthritis, stress fractures, bunions and hammertoes or even cause bone spurs. Or an even bigger problem is when you wear high heels on a daily basis, your Achilles tendon tightens and shortens and it makes it almost impossible to wear flats! If her podiatrist had asked Ms. Parker if that was the case, I am willing to bet my most expensive shoes that he said she said yes!
You may love wearing those heels now; but no matter who you are, Sarah Jessica Parker included, those high heels will present problems down the line if you wear them too much.
That's all I am saying.