Neuropathy Mary Jane Shoes

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INNOVATIVE THERAPEUTIC MARY JANE SHOE DESIGN OFFERS THE ULTIMATE WOMEN’S NEUROPTHY SHOES

Orthofeet neuropathy Mary Jane shoes for women are designed with ample features to protect the neuropathic foot yet provide the highest comfort and protection. The Mary Jane shoes are constructed from soft, non-binding uppers and a completely seam free interior to minimize friction and neurological discomfort and pain. The built-in anatomical orthotic insole properly aligns the foot and ergonomic soles provide shock absorption and essential cushioning from injury. And what makes them so comfortable is the extra depth design and wide toe box providing generous room for unrestricted toe movement. Orthofeet neuropathy Mary Jane shoes for women significantly reduce foot pain, offer soothing comfort from heel to toe and the ultimate protection for diabetic feet. Upgrade to the most comfortable women’s neuropathy Mary Jane shoes: Walk comfortably and pain free or your money back!

CUSTOMER'S REVIEW:

"Great shoes for sensitive feet related to diabetic neuropathy."
-- Thelma Johns

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Sanibel

$124.95

Sanibel

$124.95

Sanibel

$124.95

Chattanooga

$124.95

Chattanooga

$124.95

Bristol

$124.95

Athens

$124.95

Athens

$124.95

Oakridge

$124.95

Celina

$124.95

Springfield Stretchable

$124.95

Springfield Stretchable

$124.95
Neuropathy Causes & Treatment:

Neuropathy, also known as peripheral neuropathy, is a disease resulting from damage to the peripheral nerves. The peripheral nervous system is what sends messages from the brain or spinal cord to the rest of the body. Peripheral neuropathy can cause numbness, pain, weakness, and insensitivity to pain, touch, or temperatures. While it usually occurs in the hands and feet, it can also occur in other parts of the body.

How is it treated? In general, the best way to reduce the discomfort that is associated with neuropathy is by exercising regularly and wearing specially designed orthopedic neuropathy shoes. The best women’s shoes for neuropathy include a soft, non-binding upper that offer good protection. Women’s walking shoes for neuropathy should also have extra depth, orthotic insoles and cushioning, ergonomic soles. 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Patricia Mullins
bought Tahoe - White: Wonderful Shoes

I purchased a pair of Tahoe’s in white with baby blue trim and I love them, they help me with my neuropathy so much that I can go out more.


Arlene Smith bought Sorrento Outdoor Shoe: Relief

So thankful for these awesome comfortable, my husband has neuropathy and he is amazed how good his feet feel at end of the day. Thanks!


Anna Lewis bought Oakridge - Black: Great Shoes

I have diabetes and recently developed diabetic neuropathy. It was becoming very hard for me to continue with my “dream job”, working at Walt Disney World. I had to be on my feet for the entire day but my feet felt like I was standing on needles. These shoes have almost taken away that feeling. I can stay on my feet and rarely even think about any pain. Thank you, OrthoFeet!


Diane Phillips bought Charlotte - Brown: Fantastic Slippers

As soon as I put them on, I noticed that I had much more arch support and my back stopped aching. I have mild peripheral neuropathy, and the slippers phelped with that as well. My knees and hips are better aligned, so I experience relief of the arthritis in my hip. These are fabulous shoes.


Patricia Smith bought Celina - Black: Celina Excellent shoe

This shoe feels wonderful on my feet. For people with Neuropathy,the toe box is perfect fit. The width is good. I was able to wear these shoes from day one without any difficulty. Sooo comfortable. The style is good. Love them.


Marilyn Stovall bought Celina - Black: Great

Very comfortable on my feet and I have neuropathy. They make me feel more sure-footed.