full foot lift
help to reduce leg deficiency. Reducing leg deficiency helps in reducing some chronic low back pain, spinal curvatures and scoliosis. Reducing leg deficiency also helps in reducing back pain and altered gait. Also helps with Achilles' tendonitis and post-surgical Achilles’ tendon repair.G&W Heel Lift will be closed the following days in 2019
Heel wedges help with osteoarthritis of the knee, and reduce pronation or supination of the foot and ankle.
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Heel pads such as spur pads and heel cups help reduce the discomfort of heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, and tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Leg length measuring blocks-vinyl help to determine the amount of leg shortening.
Our products 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 lift for heels are made solid vinyl 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 lift for the heel; measured where the center of the heel (calcaneus) meets the lift.
Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If you should ever have a question about a G&W product and its application to your concern, contact us. We’re here to advise, serve and help you if we can.
More information on heel lifts and their use in improving Leg Length Inequality and Low Back Pain, or how to determine your need for one.
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