Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Press Release: Puyallup Fair

Put A Spring In Your Step At The Puyallup Fair
Wacky Footwear Can Relieve Sore Aching Attendees’ Feet
At Work Or Walking 170 Acres At The Fairgrounds

SEATTLE, WA (September 7, 2004) - Dr. Lotchie Kerch, a Seattle podiatric physician and foot surgeon, and her Your2Feet retail store staff will be exhibiting at the 104th annual Fall Puyallup Fair (September 10 – 26) in the Crafts and More Hall (Booth #952) to discuss foot wellness using the stylish, springy Z-CoiL pain relief footwear product line.

At the Seattle Spring Northwest Women's Conference, Dr. Kerch delivered a presentation to the attendees. "Z-CoiL pain relief footwear is changing the way I am practicing medicine." she explained in her keynote. "Impact can now be reduced by 50 percent or more when using the Z-CoiL footwear. This impact reduction dramatically relieves pain in such conditions as plantar fasciitis (heel spars) and arthritis. I have been a practicing podiatrist for over twenty years and I have never seen anything as effective in footwear. I'm seeing people who have been living with intolerable pain relieved by this phenomenal technology."

James Hendricks from Sumner, Washington, says that his Z-CoiLs work for him on the job: "I work at a major hardware warehouse and after only two weeks couldn't work more than four-hour shifts due to foot pain. I went to doctors … with no results. Then I heard about your shoes. I bought a pair and wore them for four working days. To my amazement, the pain was gone. I'm now working 40 hours a week and loving every minute!"

Z-CoiLs, often referred to as "the funny-looking shoes with the spring in the heel," are dramatically changing the lives of people across the country that once suffered from chronic, debilitating pain in their feet, legs and back. Many of the happiest Z-CoiL customers are workers in retail stores, restaurants, fairs, trade shows, hospitals and warehouses, who must spend hours every day on their feet, often on concrete floors.

For more information on Dr. Kerch and the Z-CoiL pain relief footwear, visit the Your2Feet web site: http://www.your2feet.com

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