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'Shelley' Style Review by Foot Health Practitioner/Nurse Michelle Wade-Cobley of Toe-tal Care
Michelle is a Foot Health Practitioner/Nurse who has her own clinic in Corfe Mullen, Dorset. She is also a Cosyfeet stockist and suffers from swollen feet herself. She has been wear testing our new Shelley style and has produced a report based on her personal experience of wearing the style and reflecting on the design from a health professional’s perspective. Click here to view her report.
Case Study Experiences
Betty and Maurice have been fit testers for Cosyfeet for a couple of years now. Recently we had Betty in who tried our styles Belle, Catherine, Dasiy-Mae, Paradise and Sandy. Maurice also came in and he tried out Smith and Woody.
To read about their experiences click here.
Case Study of 'Karen' Style
Betty has been a Cosyfeet customer for 13 years since her feet and ankles began to swell following a hip replacement. Betty admits that she struggled to find footwear prior to this as her feet are wide and she has a high instep. Over the years, Betty has worn a number of Cosyfeet styles but she particularly likes Cosyfeet elastane shoes as they are so comfortable.
Please click here to view the Karen style case study.
Case Study of 'Alison' Style
Cosyfeet footwear is specifically designed for people with swollen feet rather than for diabetic feet. However, we are aware many of our customers are diabetics and we discuss their requirements when designing footwear. Cosyfeet designer, Nick Brown explains “We carefully consider the position of seams and are pleased to offer many styles with no seams at all in the toe area”. In addition, particular materials offer anti-fungal benefits, another consideration for the health of diabetic feet.
Please click here to view the Alison style case study.