For conservative treatments, absolutely. We do, however, recommend that the shoes are not too tight around the toes so not to irritate the wound and allow it to heal. For PNA and TNA procedures, yes you can wear any shoes as long as they can accommodate the dressed toe. The dressings are relatively thick for the first few days and you want to avoid pressure on the affected toe as much as possible to achieve the quickest healing time. It can take a week to change from the thicker dressing to a simple thin dressing so you will need to be mindful of your footwear choice in this time. For shoes with a good, spacious toe-box, this isn’t usually an issue. For shoes that have narrow, tight or pointed toes, you may need to look for a comfortable temporary alternative. You will be able to feel the difference in your toe with different shoes so can use that as a guide to help direct your choice of footwear.