This 3D scan shows the pressure high heels exert on the feet. It shows how body weight is piled forward onto the sesamoids, the two pea-shaped bones under big toe. The images were produced by a 3D scanner made by US company, Curvebeam. The machine is now being used at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in north London. And orthopaedic surgeon, Andy Goldberg says it's transforming the way high-heel related problems are being diagnosed
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