orthopedic shoes

orthopedic shoes

A term coined by the shoe industry, not by the orthopedic community at large; OSs may harm a normal child's foot as they are too stiff. See Orthosis.
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Open Competition: Execution Of Works For The Manufacture Of Complex Orthopedic Shoes For People With Disabilities And Certain Categories Of Citizens Who Are Veterans In 2015
Dey in the early 1970s, at first making custom orthopedic shoes, then turning to custom fitted shoes.
The foot inserts and orthopedic shoes one might find at a store aren't always the best solution, so one may need to be fit for a custom orthotic.
If extensive changes are necessary, orthopedic shoes should be recommended.
We are committed to providing quality orthopedic shoes and doctor-recommended foot care products that provide reliable comfort, support and injury prevention.
One of them, manufacturer of orthopedic shoes, told reporters he has not received BGN 70 000 for his products, adding Mladenov must go because he is a contributor to inter-companies' debt, evasion of Value Added Tax (VAT), non-payment of benefits and salaries to employees.
Eneslow, a retailer specializing in orthopedic shoes, signed a 15-year lease for 2,000 square feet at 1504 Second Avenue, between 78th and 79th streets.
Calabro arrived from Sicily in 1966 as a specialist in orthopedic shoes.
Where better to have a shoe store than close to a Podiatrist Office when selling orthopedic shoes as well as other top name brand shoes.
He stocks casual and orthopedic shoes, the odd work boot and Don Jackson figure skates.
SHE WEARS A plain black dress covered by an apron, sensible orthopedic shoes, a scarf and a short strand of pearls that never moves.
Undeterred by childhood operations, physical therapy and orthopedic shoes, Cohen had earned a Ph.