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Best Neuropathy Shoes

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INNOVATIVE NEUROPATHY SHOES OFFER THE ULTIMATE COMFORT & PROTECTION FOR PERSONS WITH NEUROPATHY

Orthofeet therapeutic shoes for neuropathy are bio-mechanically engineered with unique features that enhance comfort and provide excellent protection for persons with neuropathy:

  • Non-binding uppers with stretch;
  • Soft, seam free interior;
  • Extra-depth design with a wide toe-box;
  • Premium orthotic insoles;
  • Ergonomic cushioning soles. 

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Customer Review

"I have neuropathy, bunions and hammer toes on both feet. I have bought many shoes that I could stand to wear because they hurt my feet. These Orthofeet shoes are the best I have ever worn. With the tall toe box and the green and blue inserts make a custom fit for me."
-- Larry Hennig

Quincy Stretchable

$99.96 $124.95

Alpine

$95.96 $119.95

Alpine

$95.96 $119.95

Acadia

$103.96 $129.95

Asheville

$71.96 $89.95

Avery Island

$108.76 $135.95

Baton Rouge Tie-Less

$108.76 $135.95

Bismarck Stretchable

$99.96 $124.95

Breeze Stretchable

$99.96 $124.95

Bristol

$99.96 $124.95

Broadway

$108.76 $135.95

Capri

$71.96 $89.95
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More Info on 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.

What causes it? Neuropathy can have many different causes including alcoholism, autoimmune diseases, certain types of medications, infections, and vitamin deficiencies, but the most common cause is diabetes. People that suffer from neuropathy run the risk of not noticing injuries and sores, and since serious medical complications can arise if these sores are not properly cared for, it is critical that they check their feet for injuries daily.

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 shoes for neuropathy include a soft, non-binding upper that offer good protection. Walking shoes for neuropathy should also have extra depth, orthotic insoles and ergonomic soles.