Elissa Hough is a Physiotherapist for people with Learning Disabilities for Milton Keynes Joint Learning Disability Service. Elissa thinks that the Cosyfeet catalogue is great for people with learning disabilities as they may not understand a verbal description but they are able to choose from a variety of colourful pictures.
Patricia Ziad, who is a Podiatrist from Penarth, recommends Cosyfeet products to a lot of people. She says that the footwear is very good quality and the styles are perfect for people with uncomfortable swollen feet. The prices are reasonable as well.
Elizabeth Shrive is a Podiatrist for Birmingham East and North Primary Care Trust. Elizabeth is involved in a number of Falls Prevention Groups and she shows Cosyfeet lightweight shoes as a safe option to replace sloppy slippers. Elizabeth thinks Cosyfeet is a reliable company which offers an efficient and courteous service.
Ann Richardson is a Chiropodist in Bournemouth. Ann finds Cosyfeet to be an affordable answer for her patients who suffer with oedema and other conditions that leave them needing wide, comfortable and well made shoes.
Sara Fursdon, a Podiatrist in Bournemouth, says that Cosyfeet footwear is a unique product, a market leader. She believes that our customers are our top priority and in her experience always receive personal attention.
Barrie Jones has been a Chiropodist in Skipton since the sixties. Barrie recommends Cosyfeet to his patients and says that once you encourage a patient to try Cosyfeet they will never wear anything else. He says that before Cosyfeet came on the scene it was almost impossible to find shoes that were attractive on problem feet.