The uses of pinch are OK, but:
1 A bit of a clumsy sentence, with those two ands. You could make the first clause temporal (using 'When' or 'After', or some such preposition). Alternatively, make it into two sentences.
2 The 'her' is unnecessary; they could hardly pinch someone else. 'Her shoes pinched terribly...' would be fine.
3 I find the 'A' a bit surprising. In most contexts, 'the' would be right.
4 'Pinching someone's throat' is a bit unnatural: the pincher would take a fold of flesh between thumb and forefinger. I don't think that's what you mean! Did the man feel as if he was being strangled?
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