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Diabetes in Relation to Shoes
Diabetic
Diabetes in Relation to Shoes
Post your questions or comments on diabetic diets here.
Contrary to the popular belief, a tennis shoe need always be a prima ry choice for someone that has diabetes. Other shoes of choice for diabetics can be e spadrilles, ballet flats, moccas ins, mules
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Diabetes in Relation to Shoes

posted at 4/24/2013 12:52 PM CDT
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First: 4/24/2013
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Contrary to the popular belief, a tennis shoe need always be a primary choice for someone that has diabetes. Other shoes of choice for diabetics can be espadrilles, ballet flats, moccasins, mules or the Mary Janes footwear. Keds Canvas sneakers may be also a choice. Many diabetics have to follow dressing codes when having job or career positions at business or office related places. Also, socks may not always be permitted. Will nylon stockings help the feet in these cases?

Re: Diabetes in Relation to Shoes

posted at 8/26/2013 9:59 AM CDT
Posts: 115
First: 7/25/2013
Last: 9/15/2013
I wasn't I aware that there is such dressing codes for diabetic patients. But now I do, and thank you for sharing this information.

-Rosetta

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