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Diabetic Shoes for Work

Diabetes is a syndrome in which the basic defect is an absence or shortage of the pancreatic hormone insulin. This deficiency disrupts the vascular system, affecting the eyes, kidneys, legs, and other extremities such as the feet. Diabetic foot problems arise from poor circulation that causes hyposensitivity (lack of feeling). Clinical studies have shown that footwear and doctor prescribed orthotics play an important role in diabetic foot care. Drew footwear has removable insoles that can be replaced with prescribed orthotics, which help reduce and redistribute pressure and pressure points. The footwear has a wide shank area to better accommodate the diabetic foot. Look for Drew's soft, tumbled leathers that reduce irritation, and shoes that are lined with deerskin or other soft, seamless materials.

Note: This documentation is not intended to suggest treatments for abnormal foot conditions. Any such cases should be referred to a doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

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Diabetic Shoes Work

Diabetic shoes work to help you control your condition through our years of extensive research. And this footwear is both stylish and comfortable. That�s because Drew Shoe has risen to the top of the medical shoe industry through our tireless commitment to innovation.

Need walking shoes for work? Need more formal footwear or a casual shoe? We have mens and womens diabetic footwear perfect for any occasion. And you will always find the size you need.

Why Diabetic Shoes Work

Why do our diabetic shoes work? Added width under the arch provides better support to the midfoot when standing. In addition, clinical studies indicate that medically prescribed orthotics play a vital part in diabetic foot care. And these shoes by Drew are specially made with removable insoles that can be replaced with orthotics.

Also, to reduce irritation try our shoes with soft, tumbled leathers and shoes that are lined in deerskin.

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