“We will continue to recommend Attipas shoes as a great start for babies who are newly walking, and toddlers who are growing at a rapid rate.” – Daniel Gibbs, Podiatrist
As a parent I always want to make good decisions for my children, and as a podiatrist I am keen to see all children grow and develop in the best way possible.
When a child first learns to walk, traditional shoes can affect their feet by placing a barrier between the foot and the ground which can impair their ability to walk naturally, and may lead to problems later in life.
Stiff and heavy shoes can train the feet to develop in ways that nature may not have intended. It is much better to have shoes that protect growing toddler’s feet without being too bulky or cumbersome.
That is why all of us at Posture Podiatry were very excited to have discovered Attipas shoes, which enable first walkers and toddlers to have protection for their feet, while also encouraging healthy development with closer contact to the ground.
Attipas shoes fulfil all the requirements for a good shoe for growing children:
- They protect the feet
- They are lightweight and breathable
- They don’t cramp the toes
- They don’t impair the feet from adapting to the ground
- They are reasonably priced
- They look great on!
We will continue to recommend Attipas shoes as a great start for babies who are newly walking, and toddlers who are growing at a rapid rate.
B.Pod, Member A.Pod.A Podiatrist and owner of Posture Podiatry www.posturepodiatry.com.au
Daniel is a former councillor on the board of the Australian Podiatry Association and the owner of Posture Podiatry, who are winners of the 2015 Telstra Business Award. Over a number of years he has developed a method of care that has been beneficial for thousands of clients including Olympic Athletes and dancers from the Australian Dance Theatre.
With an aim to provide the best possible service for all people, Daniel works closely with the Posture Podiatry team and has been invited to talk with other health professionals around Australia, sharing his mantra of bringing quality and excellence to the health arena.