Finally, Postal Worker Completes Her 7 Hour Shift Free from Foot Pain
As a mail delivery worker, Kelly is on her feet more than most. Every shift she clears 13 km while lugging bags stuffed with heavy mail. Years of pounding the sidewalk in wind, rain and snow left her in excruciating pain at the end of every shift. The culprit was Plantar Fasciitis - a stabbing pain caused by inflammation running from her heel to her toes.
Kelly feared she’d soon have to choose between quitting her job or risking her health with painkillers. She’d tried compression socks in the past. But they’d made her feet so hot and itchy she couldn't bear wearing them for more than an hour.
When a mailroom buddy lent her a pair of CopperZen Compression Socks, she didn’t have much hope. Yet the moment she pulled them on, the difference was obvious.
They felt much more airy than her old compression socks. And she loved how they gripped her ankles without feeling tight. The increased padding for her arches and toes also provided greater comfort with every step, so that when she finished her shift her feet still felt light as a feather, rather than heavy and throbbing with pain.
Another surprising benefit was how they helped her sleep. Kelly had suffered from bouts of restless leg syndrome. Yet when she wore the CopperZen Socks the improved blood circulation allowed her to sleep soundly. She now awakes every morning feeling refreshed and ready for her next shift.