Billie Jean King: a blog from her about Diabetes and her concept of nutrition and how she handles this topic personally. Her topic “Diabetes Has Met its Match” when it comes to Billy Jean I read a very interesting blog from Billy Jean King the other day, and because I received a full college scholarship for playing tennis, she is one person I’ve always admired. Additionally, she is the founder of Women’s Sports .
The answer is “yes” so you do not break down the heel counter. If you have major swelling of the feet, the shoe horn makes it easier to slide your foot into your shoe. The shoe horn creates an extension of your arm and hand. Some people experience difficulty reaching the back of their foot or the back of their shoe. A shoe horn also helps to extend the life of the shoe lining .
If you wear a large size in footwear you are not alone. Many well know female celebrities are known to wear larger sizes in their footwear. Here is one: Kelly Brook, who wears a size 9. We can provide a 15 length in women’s footwear and a 17 length in men’s footwear. If Kelly would require a wider width, we could provide up to a 14E in our line of “Women’s Wide Shoes.” .
Basic Procedures in Caring for a Diabetic Foot Ron Santo was the best third baseman for the Chicago Cubs. He just passed away this month and Chicago and everybody else will miss this man. He was the radio announcer for the Cubs until his death. A story I learned last year is that he lost both of his feet to diabetes and was diagnosed as a diabetic when he was 18 years old. It .
Leather breathes more than cloth lining. The leather is suppler than cloth lining. The leather is more costly than cloth lining, but there is an added value to the product. Leather lining is a better wicking material for the foot. And, it allows better air circulation, thus more comfortable to the foot. We, at DTF, have a deep concern for diabetics and their need for properly fitted footwear. We can provide “wide widths” – .