ProCare - 79-81238 Squared Toe Post-Op Shoe, X-Large (Shoe Size: Men's 12.5+ / Women's 13.5+)
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As far as I know, replacement insoles are not available. My need did not arise long enough to require wearing for it to become necessary. Found this site ** which could provide information. There are three major services, Donjoy, Aircast, and Aircast Plus The Procare customer service number is 800-272-6763 A 336-word summary Please contact our customer service department at 6569*br>. DJO Global 1430 Decision Street, Vista, CA 92081 Monday - Thursday 800 to 500 It's the evening of Friday, five 1000 a.m. - 1200 p.m. After 00pm Pacific Standard Time
Neither our health insurance nor our travel insurance covered our trip. A bit on the pricey side, but reasonable nonetheless
There is a fabric material on the boot, and that fabric will absorb water, not repel it. While you can wear this in the pool, it will absorb water and therefore become heavier as you wear it longer. After the boot has been thoroughly dry, you will need to store it. The fabric absorbed water as a towel would. In addition to keeping my boot clean and dry, I always kept it dry.
As for my shoe size, I wear an I should have ordered a medium, but the chart says I should have ordered a large Since I was not going to use my usual inserts, I decided to order a small rather than a medium. decided to order the smaller size since it fit without being too long, as too long toes may cause graceful people like me to trip and fall. In light of this, I say "YES" to the experiment, try the X-ray It is large. There should be sufficient room to accommodate shoes up to It was fantastic to have a shoe to wear after my surgery!
Selected User Reviews For ProCare - 79-81238 Squared Toe Post-Op Shoe, X-Large (Shoe Size: Men's 12.5+ / Women's 13.5+)
While I try to avoid posting negative reviews, this is what I feel like writing. In my foot there is swelling, as well as tendonitis. I went to the doctor. I was told to use a boot and not to put weight on my foot. Those boots they recommend are $250! They have them in their office and have them in stock! I don't understand! The last thing you want to do. I was also told that if I wanted to buy my own shoes, it might be best to try a postoperative I searched for the term "3D Printer" in Amazon and found this item, which is far cheaper The first thing I did was buy the extra large for a shoe I wear a size 12 or 13. I received the shoes, when in fact they stick out a good 2 inches from the end of my toe! In truth, that wasn't a problem for me because I knew I would bump into it, but I was still concerned it would get damaged. The shoe is really long and quite difficult to drive in, so keep that in mind when buying. All in all, the shoe is well made, the foam at the bottom is just what I expected, and it has a flat sole. Here are some of the bad points Although you try to keep it loose around your ankle, it still cuts off circulation and hurts your foot after a while. It is a little thin and I tried to get it tighter, but after a while, Additionally, I am supposed to use crutches most of the time, although I was able to occasionally put weight on this foot. The pain I experienced every time I did it was really bad. As it turns out, I have flat arches and this shoe aggravated the pain even more so, and I started having heel and ankle pain as well! I have now removed it after wearing the shoe for two weeks, after my foot started hurting worse and worse. I also had swelling all down my foot's arch. decided to go back to my Dr. and buy the 250 boot, which is much better than the 200 boot. I was able to take short walks even without groaning in pain using this new boot, which is rocking and has a better arch support built into the bottom. As an example I didn't like this shoe because of its quality, but it looks good. Though I dislike the ankle strap, I would consider changing it. If you use a thin pad, it will keep your blood flowing better, so make it thicker or put a foam pad under it.
An easy and inexpensive way to fix This is a solid base with adjustable height and comfort. The XL is almost too big for me, but it fits since I normally wear a men's 12 dress shoe and a 13 running shoe. You have approximately 1 1/2 inches of toe room at the end, which is good to keep your toe from getting hurt. If you had bandages or an Ace wrap, there would be plenty of space. Around the house is good.
I received exactly what I expected. There is nothing spectacular about this. My broken big toe began fraying at the ends within a couple of weeks of walking in it, but it was definitely helpful in isolating them. In the end, I went for the "wedge" version, which worked much better for me in terms of isolating my toe and preventing pressure on it. I mean it. The two of them basically feel the same, so I just want to say that You will get some pressure on your toe, so if you have a broken toe, it will work The region.
However, the aftermarket insole makes a world of difference. As a result of the shoe, I am able to avoid pressure on As a result, the Velcro strap at the top is hard to adjust and should be wider, as the amount of pressure required to keep it in place is great. I gave it three stars because there is an upgraded insole which is excellent, but it should be included as part of the shoe as a standard feature.
There's no way this thing could fit in my hand. My order was for a size 12 men's shirt. I couldn't tell the difference between a size 15 and a size 5. There is an enormous amount of information here. The sleeve was a solid 2 inches longer than it should have been for a men's It really did err on the part of the description that began with a "+". After sending it back, I cancelled the order.
Amazon! There was a sandal similar to this one at a Medical store for $45 . It fits well and is comfortable to wear. A foot injury means that you shouldn't be walking too much and that's great for slowing you down. I wish the heel had some cushion but if your foot is broken, then you shouldn't be walking so much. While it's a little less comfortable, the boot still looks more natural than an air boot would.
Neither my husband nor his foot fit into it properly, so it was never worn. A return attempt was rejected because the item was "not eligible to return. ". On the website that should be stated.
I imagine that most people with a cast would use this. It is a big piece of furniture. There really isn't much I can say about it.