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David G. Armstrong, DPM, MD, PhD is a Professor of Surgery and Director at the Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) and at Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California, recommends wearing YDA footwear
Approximately 80% of the population has problems with their feet. Aching feet have numerous causes that require different therapies. But there is a solution that eases the pain: YDA - your daily activity leisure.
They are extremely comfortable to wear and whether for work, leisure or sporting activities and for people who spend long hours on their feet, a pair of stylish YDA footwear. Enjoy daily activity again, walk-in comfort.
- Non-Slip Soles
- Wide and added depth for extra toe room
- Removable insoles to accommodate orthotics
- Seamless lining to avoid irritation from stitching
- Orthopaedic designed and semi-rigid outsoles
- Reinforced heel for added support and stability
- Perfect Fit without pressure points
- Facilitating access by elastic laces – Easy on and Easy off Included another pair of normal shoelaces
The YDA technology cushions, stabilizes and assists each step you take. The Spring System inside the sole compresses and conforms to pressure on impact and creates an upward mechanical motion on lift-off that enhances your walking experience and performance.
YDA Shoes can help you: Stimulate your foot and leg muscles Improve your posture and circulation Protect your foot from Injuries Reduce the most common foot pains
YDA Shoes are recommended for sensitive feet and for people with diabetes, arthritis, corns, bunions hammertoes and other foot problems
High shoe collar for extra ankle support and stability. Ideal for people with weak ankles.
All outside stitching for diabetic, sensitive and ulcerated feet.
YDA shoes are recommended for the following conditions:
- High-risk foot types such as arthritis, diabetes, rheumatoid, sensitive & ulcerated foot types, gout.
- Bunions, hammertoes, restricted range of movement of the forefoot dorsiflexion & plantarflexion
- People who wear orthotics and require additional support and comfort.
- People who suffer from Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy