Diabetic Shoes HuB Page Goes Live on Squidoo.com

I love Squidoo. It’s a great site where you can build pages, or lenses as Squidoo likes to call them, on basically anything you want. If you’re an expert on something, they want you to share your knowledge. The Diabetic Shoes HuB has recently written a page and contributed to Squidoo. The page is definitely far from finished, but please feel free to check it out and leave any feedback you may have on this blog. Like I said, the page is far from finished so I would love to hear suggestions on what you would like to see on Squidoo. I’m also open to suggestions for this blog or the DiabeticShoesHuB.com website as well so please, feel free to leave feedback on what you liked, what you loved, or what you’d like to see.

Thanks for your support.

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Diabetic Shoes Hub

The HuB is very close to completion. The site is very much alive for eyes to see. There are just a few things that need to be set up on the back-end but soon, it will be up to serve everyone. You will be able to find competitive prices on a phenomenal selection of Men’s Diabetic Ambulator Shoes, Diabetic Sandals, Diabetic Slippers and much much more!

We are in the process of adding additional products as well so if you notice that we don’t currently carry something you’d like to see, simply leave a comment on this blog or write to us via at email: support@diabeticshoeshub.com

Why Diabetic Socks

People diagnosed with diabetes have many troubles with their feet.  The loss of feeling and senses make it hard to tell whether or not a blister or sore has developed. If sores go untreated, they can later become ulcers. The complications only get worse from there.

Diabetic socks are seamless and are designed to reduce irritation. Protection against irritation is important and can prevent sores and blisters from forming. The idea behind diabetic socks is to increase the health of your legs and feet.

Why Diabetic Shoes?

Why do diabetics have special shoes? People always ask me this question and the answer is simple: because the foot is especially affected by diabetes affecting nerve damage and circulation. Because of this nerve damage, the foot can be damaged with sores, blisters, and even foot ulcers and you may not even know it. What makes this process even more troublesome is the fact that the foot cannot heal so easily because of the lack of circulation.

Diabetic shoes remedy the problems because diabetic shoes are designed for a soft, comfy, snug fit. Diabetes shoes also protect your feet from dirt, debris, and the elements so you can be sure that you are protected. According to FootPhysicians.com, diabetic shoes are made of special protective inserts and soft shoe materials to decrease the chance of foot sores (ulcers) which can be caused by friction and pressure.