Saturday, August 22, 2009

Z-CoiL Pain Relief Footwear Make a Splash on the Bremerton Ferry

Linda Koss was riding on the Bremerton Ferry 6 years ago, when she met a mother and daughter wearing Z-CoiL Pain Relief Footwear. The two of them made such an impression on her because their posture was so erect. The mom told her she had to quit work as an ER nurse because of her back pain. After wearing the Z-CoiL shoes she is now able to work full time. The daughter in her 30's was suffering from a crippling pain limiting her walking. She told Linda how the Z-CoiL shoes had helped her so much. Linda started having back pain about six years ago. The Z-CoiL shoes intrigued her. After hearing from the two on the ferry she researched the shoes further. Linda's mother had suffered from severe scoliosis, arthritis, osteoporosis and kyphoses. These conditions resulted in loss of her height. Her mom went from 5 feet three inches tall to four feet nine inches.
Linda was in retirement for since 4/08. Two months ago she went back to work on her feet part-time as a nurse. The hours part-time are 7-10 hours per day 3-4 days a week. She is an on call long term care nurse. She used to work running all around as an OR nurse 10-12 hours day. Her main problems were back and hip pain until she started wearing the Z-CoiL Pain Relief Footwear.
She says,"Now if I wear regular shoes at work I end up stooping to the side because of a spasms in my side."
She has had her white freedoms for years which she purchased from the now closed Bellevue store. She was amazed how replacing the coils at her recent visit to Z-CoiL of Seattle at 1201 Pine St, rejuvenated the coils. Her patients ask about the Z-CoiL shoes all the time.

She says," I tell them they are life savers, how they were developed by a runner, and where to go online to learn more about the Z-CoiL."

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