Shoe, space relieving, complete foot, prefabricated

Description

Mass produced orthopaedic footwear (off-the-shelf) supposed to provide free space to promenate areas of the foot, to avoid pain and sores. Can be part of an orthosis, most often AFO. Used mostly in combination with footbed/insole.
Made from leather with rubber, leather with plastic foam or leather with leather.

Production Type

Prefabricated (ready to use or adjustable)

Activities and Responsibilities Supplier

Classification ISO 9999

063330060600 - Footwear orthopaedic, to reduce and/or redistribute load, complete foot, normal load
090342000000 - Personal care, clothes and shoes, shoes and boots

Usage

Permanently

User Characteristics

Indications are for example impairments on the feet which can not be fitted with standard shoes or adaptations to standard shoes.

Indications are for example. abnormal length, width or circumference of the feet caused by e.g. arthrose, arthritis, fractures, and/or circulation- and sensibility impairments.

Like are with e.g.:
* degenerative pes planotransversus
* pes cavus,
* metatarsalgy
* talus verticals
* pes calcanovalgus
* hallux valgus, hallux rigidus
* slight forms of rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes mellitus
* vascular treated feet
* calcanus fracture

User Characteristics ICF Code

1b7101 - Impairment in mobility of several joints
2d4104 - Limitation in standing
2d450 - Limitation in walking
2d5702 - Limitation in maintaining one's health

Contra Indication Text

Intended Use Text

Deformities or impairments of the feet which can not be solved with provisions on or normal confection shoes, with discrepancy in length, width and circumference of the feet.
Avoids pain by providing space and making the shoe soft and flexible.

Intended Use ICF Code

1b7101 - To support, protect or train mobility of several joints
2d4104 - To support or train standing
2d450 - To support or train walking
2d5702 - Maintaining one's health

Related Terms

Off-the-shelf orthopaedic shoes
SOS shoe (Semi orthopaedic shoes)

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