About Dr. Comfort Shoes
Helping people with diabetes and foot conditions remain active.
Diabetic footwear is constructed to protect the feet and provide comfort. And many times, diabetic shoes are viewed as bulky and unattractive. However, health and fashion can co-exist. The Dr. Comfort way is to provide beautiful colors and styles to wear every day—just like regular shoes. We believe if you don’t love your shoes, you won’t wear them—thereby negating your health.
Our shoes are made using only the finest quality materials—so they're as fashionable as they are comfortable and healthy for the feet.
Our Family of Comfort shoes are designed to sustain the highest levels of foot health, especially for people living with diabetes and other foot conditions including Arthritis, Morton’s Neuroma, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, swelling, bunions, hammertoes and more.
Our Diabetic Shoes
American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) approved, we use the best technology, material, and craftsmanship in construction to deliver comfortable and top-quality diabetic shoes.
Women’s Classic Heels
Double Depth Footwear: Specialized-Extra EXTRA Depth
Machine Washable Shoes
Padded Heel: Padded heel helps reduce irritation
Padded Tongue: Padded tongue helps prevent friction and improves overall fit
Leather: Top-grain leather shapes your foot, delivering ultimate comfort
Lightweight: Lightweight construction reduces daily fatigue
Toe Box: Protective toe box reduces risk of injury
Sole: Non-skid, long-wearing, lightweight outsole increases traction
Firm Heel: Firm heel design provides superior support
Lining: Leather lining keeps foot cool and dry
Toe Box: Extra wide toe box to reduce pressure on the foot
To give the best solution for the feet, we provide the best products. The Dr. Comfort Laboratory can work with a foot care professional to modify most shoes to meet the specific needs of the feet.
Types of Shoe Modifications
Heel & Sole Lift
Medial Arch Fill
Lace to Hook and Loop Fastener
Hook and Loop to Lace
Most of our styles are available in a full range of sizes and difficult-to-fit widths.
How to Purchase Our Shoes
Our shoes aren't available in traditional shoe stores, but they can be ordered online, by phone or from an authorized Dr. Comfort footwear partner in your area.
The cost of our shoes—and custom Dr. Comfort inserts—may be covered by Medicare and supplementary insurance if diabetic. Find out if you qualify.