The BeneFoot ‘Original’ Post Op Medical Shoe is to be usFeatured-Templateed for diabetic treatment, post-operative procedures and within wound care, to protect the foot in situations where swollen or bandaged, which make using normal shoes impractical. Our ‘Original’ Post-Operative Medical Shoe is at the forefront of patient recovery and comfort to the NHS and the community, helping to increase patient safety and stability after operations. Being the only shoe available with a fully rigid ‘real’ sole and made using only the best materials the BeneFoot ‘Original’ Post Op Shoe is more a standard shoe then a medical apparatus, enabling patients to carry on with normal activities. All shoes are tested for strength and quality, and results indicate that they are twice as durable as industry standards.

Features & Benefits

Dual Density 3/16” Insole – Comfortable, allows for insole modification.Flared TPR Outsole with rocker bottom – Aids in Ambulation, provides better stability.

Padded collar & topline – Reduces heel slippage.

Black upper mesh nylon – Better aesthetics, looks more like a shoe.

Reinforced heel counter – For better medial/lateral stability.

Quality construction – 100% Satisfaction guarantee.

PolyPro shank built into outsole – Allows for better flexion control.

Eight distinct sizes – Better fit & more comfort.

Metal stirrups immobilise the ankle securely and comfortably.

Indications for use

For recovery after post-operative and tissue procedures.For use with any size leg cast.

To accommodate large dressings or swellings.

Management of diabetic foot.

Any situation where size of foot prohibits normal footwear.

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