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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Comfortable Slippers...

The Adjustable Sheepskin Slippers 


Maybe it's the chilly weather, the Christmas tree, maybe the hot chocolate - 
but I've got a yen to review a uber-comfortable, warm and cozy slipper.

My husband and I just got back from vacation and one of my secret fascinations is the airplane's SkyMall magazine. 
From the "temperature regulating pet bed" to "the healthiest deep fryer" to the "the motion mimicking robotic pugilists" - I'm fascinated! 

The Adjustable Sheepskin Slippers are made from Mongolian Sheepskin and have a cushioned sheepskin insole with a rubber outsole that provides stable footing. 
I particularly like the adjustable top for anyone who has problems with swollen feet and this slipper is especially recommended for any patients suffering with diabetes, neuropathy or peripheral arterial disease.

Recommended For Patients for:
*Peripheral Neuropathy (Nerve Damage)
*Peripheral Arterial Disease (Poor Circulation)
*Rhematoid Arthritis
*Mild Heel Pain
*Geriatric Patients 
*Foot and Ankle Swelling
*Painful Toenails
*Morton's Neuroma

Not Recommended For Patients with:
Can't think of any type of patient who this slipper would not be appropriate for...

Needless to say, I highly recommend this slipper! 
Hope all is well,

Dr. Cathleen A. McCarthy 


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