Category Archives: Issues

December 2016

Vionic Indulge Relax Slipper

Your patients can keep their toes free and their soles supported with the clas­sic, adjustable Indulge Relax Slipper for women. Featuring the same tried and tested Orthaheel contoured foot-bed technology as other Vionic styles, these slippers surround the foot with padded terrycloth and…

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December 2016

Spenco Nomad Moc

The Nomad Moc from Spenco is designed to be a “do everything” shoe. Total Support insole technology is complimented by an oiled nubuck and neoprene collared upper for a casual outdoor look. The lightweight, nonslip, two-part outsole is made of…

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December 2016

Cork Flips from Sole

Sole’s Cork Flips feature cork foot­beds that mold to the shape of a foot over time, providing support just where it’s needed to help people who suffer from plantar fasciitis and other orthopedic issues. Supportive arches, metatarsal pads, and deep heel cups are designed to…

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December 2016

Rainy Day Founder

The newest member of Samuel Hubbard’s Go To Work collection now offers extra protection from the elements. The Rainy Day Founder is designed to keep feet looking sharp and staying dry—in rain, shine, ice, or sleet. The Rainy Day Founder’s full-grain leather uppers…

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December 2016

revere Charlotte, Now in Wide

The Charlotte Ballet style from revere is designed with comfort and style in mind. Soft breathable mesh uppers that stretch and mold to the foot make the Charlotte feel as good as it looks. Don’t be fooled by the sleek, low-profile midsole: There is plenty of room for…

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December 2016

Ultra-light Edie For Women

Ped-Lite’s latest offering for women is its lightest shoe. The Edie, a Mary Jane style that combines a leather and Lycra upper with an ultra-light sole, weighs just 4.4 oz. The Edie’s Lycra toe box is designed to make this shoe ideal for patients with difficult-to-fit forefeet…

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December 2016

Vega Knit Sandal

Arcopédico’s updated Vega knit sandal for women, part of the company’s cork sole collection, effortles­s­ly adds style to warm weather strolls. Featuring a Greek-inspired V-strap design with a soft nylon knit strap across the vamp, the Vega has a contoured footbed with reflexology tech­­nology to…

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December 2016

No. 52 Men’s Casual Dress Shoe

The lightweight (8.8 oz) No. 52 Casual Dress shoe from Anodyne features a near seamless, microfiber lining to reduce shearing and heel slippage. It also features a leather upper, a microfiber lining treated with an anti­microbial and antifungal protectant, a hook and loop closure…

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December 2016

Managing foot and ankle injuries in soccer players

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world,1 with 265 million male and female players (4% of the world’s population), and the game’s injuries are associated with a whopping estimated annual cost of US $30 billion per year.2 Soccer is the third-most played team sport in the US, behind only basketball…

By Howard Kashefsky, DPM

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December 2016

Can activity monitoring improve wound healing?

Typical interventions in patients with active diabetic foot ulcers include offloading devices and a decrease in activity. And an increasing number of tools are becoming available to help lower extremity clinicians determine how well their patients are actually adhering to such interventions.

By Cary Groner

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