There is no greater a confidence booster than a pair of sky-high leopard-print heels. But after being warned of aching feet, sprained ankles and bad posture many women are scared away, opting for a more sensible shoe instead. Now, stiletto lovers can rejoice as Jolene Sher, a physiotherapist at Boost, says wearing high heels is not necessarily bad for your back or feet. She says a two inch heel can give your foot more support than flip flops or Uggs and experts agree; podiatrists say a modest heel can support the back, feet and arches. Copyright 2016 WXIX. All rights reserved.
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