New York, NY, June 15, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Foot pain is a constant for many individuals and any way to relieve that pain is welcome. That potential is available with the new Podiatry Shoe. The Podiatry Shoe is a line of specially designed, orthopedic footwear featuring interior toe separators and an adjustable fit for pain relief. The design intent is to provide consumers who have foot and/or toe problems, particularly those afflicted with diabetes, with a shoe that keeps the toes separated and in line, facilitating blood and air flow to these extremities as well as helping to strengthen the muscles of the feet and toes.
The Podiatry Shoe, fabricated of durable rubber or leather material, resembles standard orthopedic shoes which enclose the foot in pain relieving comfort. This shoe has the ability to keep each toe separated and comfortably straight while also allowing for easy movement so that air and blood can flow freely. It is designed for both indoor and outdoor wear and available in a wide variety of colors to appeal to individual tastes as well as in various sizes and in order to accommodates users of all ages and statures. Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the Podiatry Shoe.
The Patent Pending Podiatry Shoe was invented by Maurice Gaines, Sr. of Nottingham, MD who said “The separate chambers for the toes help strengthen the toe muscles. The adjustable shoe straps and lightweight footwear created expressly for diabetics offer optimal protection for the feet. Anyone with toe/foot problems will benefit from the Podiatry Shoe.”
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