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Q: How do I know if I need support hosiery? A: Almost everyone can benefit from the use of properly made graduated compression wear, usually called support hosiery or socks. The level of…Continue
Started Mar 5, 2012
Q: Why should I wear Dr. Comfort slippers? A: When you’re living with diabetes or other health conditions with foot complications, it’s important to protect your feet at all times. Walking around…Continue
Started Mar 5, 2012
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People living with diabetes can suffer from a number of ailments. One of the most important health issues to pay attention to is the condition of their feet. Diabetics are more likely to suffer from several major foot issues such as: neuropathy, poor circulation & other serious issues. If left unattended these conditions can lead to calluses, ulcers & even amputations.
Posted on March 25, 2012 at 10:00pm
Diabetes is the leading cause for amputations in the U.S. There are 85,000 amputations performed each year due to foot problems. Many of these issues are preventable, that is why Therapeutic Footwear is so important for diabetics. They are a conservative first line defense against complications that can lead to ulcers, amputations & ultimately death.…Continue
Posted on January 17, 2012 at 12:30am
The human foot is a wonderful creation. It has 26 bones each along with numerous muscles, tendons & ligaments designed to adjust to ever changing terrain. Having strong healthy feet is essential to proper posture & body support. Without proper foot support, problems can arise with the ankle, knee, hips and/or back.
Posted on December 24, 2011 at 2:30am