TODAY’S PATENT – THERAPEUTIC VIBRATING SHOE
Therapeutic Vibrating Shoe was invented by Richard D. Koenig on December 26, 2006 bearing patent number US7152345B2.
Persons that stand for long periods or walk excessive distance during a normal day are subject to tired, achy feet which may be compounded by swelling. Traditionally, these persons will desire the removal of their shoes at the earliest opportunity. Often, they have soaked their feet and massaged them to reduce discomfort. current invention is an improved way to bring comfort to therefore mentioned condition, with the advantage of portability while allowing ambulation.
A soft body shoe with a semi-rigid molded unit-bottom sole having a self-contained battery powered vibrator mechanism built in to the sole at the arch. The sole of the shoe so constructed as to transmit vibrations through the entire bottom of the shoe, and into the wearer’s foot. In addition, battery power is rechargeable via an adapter port in the rear part of the heel of each shoe.