The study confirmed that high-heel shoes increased the force across the patellofemoral component of the knee (behind the kneecap) and the compressive force on the medial compartment of the knee (the inside of the knee joint). Researchers concluded that the additional force from wearing high-heel shoes may result in degenerative changes to the knee.
Point you should remember: High-heel shoes may be stylish but they are not the shoe that is best for joint health. When you wear high heels, your foot is in an unnatural position. Over time that takes a toll. If you are a huge fan of high-heel shoes, the best advice is to limit the time you wear them.