MCR footwear is used to mange diabetic foot problems,foot pain,arch pain and backpain.
Flat foot may cause serious foot health problems.
MCR footwear absorbs shocks from eternal forces.
MCR based arch insoles prevent the friction.
Arch support footwear prevent the flat foot problems.
These footwear facilitates enhanced bloodflow.
chronic foot pain and issues such as flat feet,plantar fasclitis,bunions,hammertoe and heel spurs can not only slow someone down but they can stop someone from being able to walk all together.
cushioned footwear can give someone back his or her mobility.
Diabetic and orthopedic footwear ::
Walking is a very beneficial activity to our health and very useful for controlling blood sugarlevels it might come with
risks of injuries for people with diabetes and neuropathy.Fortunately most of these injuries can be prevented by paying
proper attention to footcare and by wearing diaortho footwear.
Our footwear are specially designed intended to offer protection for diabetic and ortho feet.They reduce the risk of skin
breakdown,primarly incase of poor circulation,neuropathy and foot deformities.
The interior is made with soft material with no protruding stitching.The material is antiinfectious and non slippery.
they provide support to the arch which reduce pressure on the bottom of the foot.
they enhance comfort from heel to toe and get ultimate protection for feet.
Diabetic foot problems are a major health concern and are a common cause of hospitalization.
Most foot problems that people with diabetes arise from two serious complications of the disease: nerve damage and poor blood circulation.
The lack of feeling and poor blood flow can allow a small blister to progress to a serious infection in a matter of days.
Chronic nerve damage (neuropathy) can cause dry and cracked skin, which provides an opportunity for bacteria to enter and cause infection.
The consequences can range from hospitalization for antibiotics to amputation of a toe or foot.
For people with diabetes careful daily inspection of the feet is essential to overall health and the prevention of damaging foot problems.
Footwear that is too tight too loose or without enough support can lead to unwanted stress on the feet, ankles, lower leg, hip and spine.
This ongoing pressure can cause pain and injuries that may limit or prevent participation in work, sports and hobbies.
Fortunately many feet related problems can be prevented with footwear that is appropriate for an individual’s feet, body and lifestyle.
Never walk bare foot. The nerve damage decreases sensation so you may not notice that little pebbles or objects have gotten stuck in your foot. This can lead to a massive infection. Always wearing shoes or slippers reduces this risk.
Wash your feet everyday with mild soap and warm water. Test the water temperature with your hand first. Do not soak your feet.
When drying them pat each foot with a towel rather than rubbing vigorously.
Be careful drying between your toes.
Use lotion to keep the skin of your feet soft and moist. This prevents dry skin cracks and decreases the risk of infection.
Do not put lotion between the toes.
Trim your nails straight across. Avoid cutting the corners. Use a nail file or emery board. If you find an ingrown toenail see your doctor. Good nail care is important in preventing infections.
Do not use antiseptic solutions, drugstore medications, heating pads or sharp instruments on your feet.
Do not put your feet near radiators or in front of the fireplace.
Always keep your feet warm. Wear loose socks to bed. Do not get your feet wet in snow or rain. Wear warm socks and shoes in winter.
Do not smoke. Smoking damages blood vessels and decreases the ability to deliver oxygen. In combination with diabetes it significantly increases your risk of amputation.
Choose and wear your shoes carefully. A poor fitting shoe can cause an ulcer and lead to an infection.
Buy new shoes late in the day when your feet are larger. Buy shoes that are comfortable without a breaking in period.
Check how your shoes fits in width, length, back, bottom of heel and sole.
Have your feet measured every time you buy new shoes.
Your foot changes shape over years and you may not be the same shoe size you were 5years ago.
Avoid pointed toe styled and high heels.
Do not wear the same pair every day.
Avoid long walks without break .Check for signs of pressure and ulcers.
DIABETIC FOOT RISK CATEGORY ::
CATEGORY 1 :
Risk Factors…..Protective sensation present. No history of plantar ulcer. Has a condition which could lead to insensitivity.
Management: Foot clinic examination once a year. Patient education to include proper shoe sandal selection.
CATEGORY 2 :
Risk Factors. Protective sensation absent. No history of plantar ulcer. No foot deformity.
Management…Foot clinic examination once in 6 months. Review all footwear the patient wears and add appropriate insoles.
CATEGORY 3 :
Risk Factors…Protective sensation absent. No history of plantar ulcer.
Foot deformity present.
Management: Foot clinic examination once in 3 months. Custom moulded orthotic devices may be needed. Prescription footwear required.
CATEGORY 4 :
Risk Factors…Protective sensation absent. History of foot ulceration or significant vascular disease.
Management…Foot clinic examination every month.Custom moulded orthotic devices may be needed.Prescription footwear required.
DIAORTHO footwear helps diabetic and orthopedic patients to control and stabilize the foot function. The insoles are made with soft and cushiony material MCR .They are anti slippery,anti infectious.Diaortho footwear reduces the heel pain,arch pain.They come with medial arch support.