The X-ray shows how wearing high heels exert considerable pressure on the bones, muscles and tendons of the feet.
There are 26 bones in your foot. When you wear high heels, each of these bones is in improper position. This increases your risk of bone pain and osteoarthritis.
In addition, the alignment of your knees, back and hip are all sacrificed. When your body is so unaligned, your joints take on more pressure to maintain some balance.
Over time, the cartilage in your joints, especially in your knees, can begin to wear. This is the beginning of osteoarthritis.
High heels also change your centre of gravity leading to knee, hip, and back pain.
Stop normalizing wearing high heels.
Source: First Doctor