Category Archives: Diabetic Foot Care

March 2016

Vionic Contoured Sandals

Vionic’s contoured sandals, according to a recent peer-reviewed study, are comparable in effectiveness to the company’s prefabricated foot orthoses for the short-term treatment of heel pain. The same study also found that Vionic contoured sandals offer more effective relief of heel pain than…

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March 2016

Samuel Hubbard Shoes

Lightweight, comfortable, and crafted from high-quality leathers and materials from around the world, Samuel Hubbard shoes are designed for people who move, walk, work, live, and play. The generous design and toe box, silky glove leather lining, and easily removable memory foam insole make…

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March 2016

Salco 6 Slingback Sandal

Ideal for pairing with breezy summer dress­es, the new Salco 6 slingback sandal for women has woven its way into Arcopédico’s cork sole collection. The new Salco 6 san­dal features multitone inter­lacing soft nylon knit straps across the vamp along with heel and ankle straps for a secure, comfortable hold.

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March 2016

Pilgrim Shoes P3020

This spring Pilgrim Shoes introduces style P3020, a new addition to the company’s men’s and women’s Areni One collections. These shoes come with our signature stretchable leather uppers, combining the aesthetic appeal and durability of leather with the ability to accommodate forefoot deformities.

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March 2016

Ped-Lite Oliver

The Oliver, new from Ped-Lite, offers the benefits of a therapeutic shoe without sacrificing the appearance of a traditional boat shoe. Customers will initially notice the Oliver’s all-leather upper with wrap-around lacing that is typical of a classic boat shoe

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March 2016

Mephisto Maryse Sandal

The Maryse sandal for women, from the Mobils by Mephisto line of comfort footwear, is a slingback wedge sandal with a polyurethane outsole, velvety leather upper, and three adjustable Velcro straps.

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March 2016

Anodyne Sport Collection

Averaging around 7 oz per shoe (less than half a pound), “light is right” when it comes to Anodyne’s sport collection. With 16 different combinations of styles and colors for men and women, the sport collection has something for everyone.

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March 2016

Segmental forefoot kinematics could influence risk of ulceration

Diabetes mellitus and peripheral neuropathy are associated with altered movement in individual metatarsal segments that is not always consistent with movement of the forefoot as a whole, according to research from Chicago that may have implications for foot ulcer prevention.

By Katie Bell

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March 2016

Foot Dynamics: A clinical approach to quality shoes for an active community

Too often when a person has issues with their feet, they are treated for their symptoms rather than the underlying problem, said Jeffrey Jacobs, BOCPed.

By Kristine Thomas | Photos by Nancy Bateman

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March 2016

Delmar Bootery: After 78 years and three generations, it’s still all about the fit and the fix

Chances are, if asked to describe a shoe repair shop, you probably wouldn’t use the words “pretty” or “refined.” But Gail Sundling, owner of the Delmar Bootery, might convince you other­wise.

By Catherine M. Koetters

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