Protect the diabetic and arthritic foot
Why diabetic insoles?
Excessive pressure on the diabetic foot—brought on by an unyielding shoe insole, inadequate arch support, or a poorly fitted shoe—often results in ulceration and subsequent amputation. To keep feet properly supported and protected, it’s important to use insoles that offer total contact, support, and comfort. Insoles like the Duo/Laminate D-Sole™, FREEDOM® Trilaminate 1 Insole, and FREEDOM® Full-Contact Insole utilize Plastazote® or a similar material that has gained a reputation for use with the neuropathic foot and in managing the arthritic foot. These materials offer maximum cushioning and superior pressure distribution for the entire plantar surface. Incorporated heel cup and longitudinal arch combine for stabilization, support, and a comfortable fit. Add accommodations, such as scaphoid or met pads, for additional relief to high-pressure areas. Heat-mold for a customized fit. Save time and keep a pair inside each pair of shoes to keep feet protected.
Total contact in minutes!
A. 1/8" fine-celled ProCell™ EVA
B. 1/16" supportive PORON® Cushioning
C. 3/16" ProCell™ EVA
Urethane base won’t bottom out
Stabilizing heel and moderate
Diabetic Insoles like the Duo/Laminate Insoles, FREEDOM Trilaminate Insoles, and FREEDOM Full-Contact Insoles, utilize Plastazote or a similar material that has gained a reputation for use with the neuropathic foot and in managing the arthritic foot. These materials offer cushioning and pressure distribution for the entire plantar surface. These diabetic insoles incorporate a heel cup and longitudinal arch that combine for stabilization, support and a comfortable fit. In addition to these insoles, you can add other accommodations, such as scaphoid pads or metatarsal pads, for additional relief to high-pressure areas. All of these insoles can be heat molded for a customized fit.
If you are looking to make your own customized diabetic insoles, we also have a diabetic orthosis kit of insole materials.