Category Archives: Diabetic Foot Care

September 2016

Drew Savannah

New for fall 2016, the Drew Savannah shoe for women is a classic clog with a strap that can swivel back around the heel for added control. Savannah is loaded with padding for soft comfort, but offers enough…

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September 2016

Mephisto Jerrie

The Jerrie from Mobils by Mephisto is a stylish women’s slip-on with stretchable goring around the collar for comfort and fit. Like all styles in the Mobils collection, it features all-over padding between the lining and the upper to avoid any pinching or rubbing and…

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September 2016

No. 44 Trail Walker

Averaging around 10 oz per shoe, “light is right” when it comes to Anodyne’s No. 44 Trail Walker for men. The shoe’s relatively seamless microfiber lining is designed to minimize shearing and heel slippage.

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September 2016

revere Brussels Mule

Glide into the new revere Brussels Mule, with a medial stretch forefoot panel to maximize comfort and fit, even for women with bunions. Features include a roomy fit, smart metal hardware, seamless linings for added comfort, hook and loop fastening, and…

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September 2016

Samuel Hubbard Boot-Up

The Boot-Up, Samuel Hubbard’s first shoe for women, isn’t just a smaller version of a men’s shoe. Every detail has been designed to fit, support, and coddle the unique shape of a woman’s foot. The boot shaft is crafted to gently hug the ankle.

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September 2016

Sole District Collection

The men’s and women’s shoes in Sole’s new District collection feature orthopedic-grade supportive midsoles crafted entirely from 100% recycled wine corks. The District collection styles will be available in colors and materials that are perfect for the fall and winter seasons, including…

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September 2016

Spenco Pure Sandal

Don’t let this seemingly basic sandal fool you. Spenco has reengineered the Pure for women from the ground up, adding memory foam to increase cushioning while maintaining the Total Support footbed’s contoured shape.

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September 2016

History of military flat foot care: Lessons for today’s practitioners

Functional emphasis predates WWI – The observations and treatments made and used by military clinicians more than 100 years ago remain relevant in modern foot care, according to a recent review of flat foot care in the US Army through 1918 published in May in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery.

By Emily Delzell

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September 2016

Jones fracture outcomes in pros bode well for less-elite athletes

Most return to preinjury skill level – Studies reporting high return-to-play rates after Jones fracture in National Basketball Association (NBA) and National Football League (NFL) players suggest positive outcomes are also achievable for athletes who compete at less elite levels.

By Chris Klingenberg

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September 2016

The Shoe Fits: A focus on stability and comfort that goes beyond footwear

Imagine that, instead of a clinical setting, a person could sit at home and feel comfortable while having a trained professional help with a complex, poorly understood, but all too real problem with their feet. That’s the idea behind…

By Will Carroll  |  Photos by Jamie Owens

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