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ALL TYPES OF FOOTWEAR CAN BE MODIFIED
How do we transform footwear to except a Wedge? We will remove the original sole. Some time we will attach the wedge on the bottom of the original sole.
Our second task involves choosing the appropriate material such as but not limited to leather,
crepe, rubber, cork to craft the Wedge. Fig.1
There are options in regards to the placement of a wedge. If you notice the left shoe in Fig.2, and Fig.3 they shows a full length 1/4"Wedge heel to toe on the lateral side- (outside).
This person foot supinates (roll to the outside) from their heel to their fore-foot.Some individual only need this aide in a particular area. Customer may only pronate or supinate (roll out or inward) their heel and not their forefoot. When this is the circumstance then only a heel wedge would be needed.
Clients some times only roll their fore-foot and not their heel. For this application only a forefoot Wedge would be needed for the appropriate side lateral or medial (outside or inside)
This shoe looks a little strange because at this stage it's missing it's heel.
Wedges were left white in color so you could see the placement of the modification,
These are called lateral wedges (to the outer side of the shoes). Notice we are able to keep your original sole on the bottom.
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could do this to just about all types of shoes, boots and even sandals.
Shift, Stabilize and Support
which ever foot that rolls over or both
Example above shows supination (rolling of the foot to the outside).
The opposite of this is pronation (rolling of the foot to the inside).
OF FOOTWEAR CAN BE MODIFIED
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Prescribed; Patients that Roll Their Feet to the Outside (Lateral) or to the Inside (Medial).
Function; To Shift, Stabilize and Support the Lateral or Medial side of the foot, heel, forefoot or both.
May also be used to bring the ground up to the patient foot in situations where there's limited ankle motion, no motion or fusion.
Goal; Realign or stabilize the foot and skeletal structure.
1. Stop severe sprain.
2. Halts Ligament, Cartilage, Tendon and bone pain.
3. Prevents further deterioration of over Pronation or Supination.