Truform crew length socks surround feet with full-cushioned comfort. Non-constricting, gentle, graduated compression helps keep socks in place to prevent bunching and sliding. Five gender-neutral sizes, moisture-wicking yarns, stay fresh treatment, and NEW seamless linked toe closure help protect and comfort sensitive feet - ideal for diabetic patients or anyone with sensitive feet.
Compression: 8-15 mmHg
CREW LENGTH TRUSOFT SOCKS SIZE CHART
|SIZE||MEN'S SHOE SIZE||WOMEN'S SHOE SIZE|
|X-SMALL||3.5 - 5||4.5 - 6.5|
|SMALL||6 - 8||7 - 9|
|MEDIUM||8.5 - 10||9.5 - 11|
|LARGE||10.5 - 12||11.5 - 13|
|X-LARGE||12.5 - 14||N/A|
TRUSOFT AND DIABETES
Individuals with diabetes are more likely to have foot problems because diabetes can damage nerves and lessen the flow of blood to the feet. The American Diabetes Association estimates that 1 in 5 people with diabetes will seek hospital care due to poor circulation and loss of feeling in the feet.Proper foot care is particularly crucial for individuals with diabetes, as poor care may lead to much more serious medical procedures, including surgery. Checking regularly with your doctor will promote healthy feet, helping to prevent most serious problems related to diabetes.
Washing and Care
Wash gently with mild soap or detergent in lukewarm or cold water. Do not wring or twist. Rinse until water is clear. Roll in a towel to remove excess moisture. Dry flat away from heat and sunlight.
WHEN TO TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR
Your doctor should look at your feet during each visit. If you have a foot problem that is slow to go away or gets worse, contact a health care professional immediately.
Call when you notice problems such as:
• Athlete's foot (cracking between the toes)
• Sores or wounds on your feet
• Ingrown toenailsIncreasing numbness or pain
• Blackening of skin
• Hammer toes (middle joint of toes is permanently bent downward)