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Buying footwear isn't just a fashion statement. It is a choice that affects your comfort and health both in the short term and over a period of years. Quality, repairable, comfortable shoes give your feet the arch support and other benefits they need to bear up to their daily burden. This is very important if you are looking for nursing shoes or you are on your feet all day and need quality comfort shoes. It even eases the burden on the environment lasting for years instead of clogging landfills.
When looking for the most comfortable shoes that will work together with orthotics or you have a job where you are on your feet all day If you need nursing shoes. There are three keys to choosing quality footwear. First, look for a comfortable shoe with solid construction that will give your feet the comfort and arch support they need. Next, look for quality materials. This will assure a comfortable shoe and keep feet healthy. Finally, make sure you buy shoes that fit properly. Two important elements to look for in the construction of a men's shoe are a steel shank and a hard heel counter. The shank provides great arch support so feet can stand up to their workload. The counter provides additional support for people who walk to the outside and break down a shoe These Quality's are also very important if you are looking for nursing shoes or if you plan on using orthotics or just want the most comfortable shoe. American Foot Comfort is always Keeping up on the latest technology as well as Fashions.
Robert, who is a certified Pedorthist and a master of his trade, has the medical Knowledge that keeps American Foot Comfort ahead of the pack. Building custom shoes, Birkenstock sandals, Orthotic inserts and Arch Supports. As well as Supplying the most fashionable and comfortable Shoes to accommodate them.
Our customers come to us because they know we're in the business of footcare as well as footwear. Many of the 70,000+ per year, lower extremity amputations, in the U.S. could be prevented with education and proper foot care. As an added service to our diabetic and neuropathic customers; AFC is pleased to offer free annual foot screenings..
AFC is a participant in the nationwide "Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention" (LEAP) program. This brief, free examination will identify people with acute foot problems and/or potential problems.
Many private insurance companies will assist people with diabetes with extra-depth shoes along with customized shoe inserts for those shoes.