The Diabetic Shoes Hub is Now Fully Functional!

Come and celebrate the Grand Opening of The Diabetic Shoes HuB, your source for Diabetic Shoes and Diabetes Information. Payment processing was implemented last Friday and the final addition for customer checkout was completed. Among the checkout options are credit card, PayPal, and Google Checkout.

The Diabetic Shoes HuB is here to serve users in a fast, friendly, and efficient manner, but seriously, don’t take our word for it. Come and see for yourself. Check out the great selection of Men’s Diabetic Slippers, Women’s Diabetic Sandals, Diabetic Socks, and of course, Men’s Diabetic Ambulator Shoes.

Check out the HuB and let us know what you think. Your feedback is important to us so if you think the site looks great and functions well, or if think the site can use a bit of an improvement, let us know. Leave a comment on this blog or email us at support@diabeticshoeshub.com.

Advertisements

Two New HuB Exclusives!!!

Two new shoes have been added to the list of best sellers at the Diabetic Shoes HuB.  The category constantly has new shoes added so be sure to check the site regularly. Also, more diabetic socks and accessories have been added. Namely, the popular Aetrex Copper Orthopedic Socks. These are popular, so grab a pair while they’re still hot!

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.