Heel Lifts help to improve Balanced Biomechanics and Optimal Performance

Since 1967, shoe lifts and cork heel lifts from G & W Heel Lift have been manufactured and distributed to healthcare professionals and their patients.

G & W Heel Lift products are used for a wide variety of therapeutic needs, such as reducing leg deficiency to help relieve chronic low back pain and spinal curvatures, that have been linked with leg length deficiency or short leg syndrome. Heel lifts help with Achilles' tendonitis, post-surgical achilles’ tendon repair, and post-stroke rehab to improve gait. they also help prosthetic adjustments for limb length deficiency, osteoarthritis of the knee, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, tarsal tunnel syndrome, and in all sports which require balanced biomechanics for optimal performance.

Our heel lifts are designed for maximum comfort in the shoe. Such features as, extended length, beveled edges, adjustable heights, and all with firm support to provide the amount of lift needed plus providing comfort and ease of use..

Only top quality materials and manufacturing processes are used. As examples, our solid vinyl heel lifts are injection-molded rather than poured and cast. This precision molding process ensures uniform thickness, a more comfortable shape, and no voids, for a higher quality shoe lift in all respects. Our cork lifts are consistently made with high density cork to eliminate compression or loss of height. And, the Clearly Adjustable Lifts and Foot Lifts are made with clear vinyl in true 1mm layers to provide an exact adjustable height from 3mm to 18mm.

Our measurements are uniform, and reflect the true height added by a heel lift; measured where the center of the heel (calcaneus) comes in contact with the lift.

All our products are made in the USA, and your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If you should ever have a question about a G&W product, contact us. We’re here to serve and help if needed.

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