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If you or a loved one is living with diabetes, taking care of your feet is one of the biggest choices you can make in managing your health. People with diabetes have to be very careful with their feet because decreased circulation and other diabetic conditions could affect the overall health of the foot. Diabetes affects the immune and circulation systems that weaken the body’s capacity to heal itself. Diabetes can also injure sensory nerves in the foot. The risk of developing a large range of foot-related problems can increase with nerve damage and poor circulation. Part of foot care is deciding what to put on your feet and/or what to put your feet on as you go through your daily life. 

Invigo Rehab provides specifically designed shoes as well as specially designed, customized orthotics for diabetic patients that reduce the risk of decubitis ulcers (and protect the neuropathic foot). These orthoses are soft, total contact devices that uniformly distribute pressure and support the feet. Diabetic orthoses also help in offloading the feet to prevent ulceration and thus, amputations.


Indications for custom-molded shoes and orthoses include:

  • Diabetes

  • Peripheral neuropathy (damage to the nerves)

  • History of recurring decubitis ulcers (reduced blood flow when something is constantly rubbing or pressing against the skin)

  • Corns, bunions, calluses, and blisters

  • Dry and cracked skin

  • Amputation

  • Hammer toes

  • Hard to fit feet

  • Ingrown toenails

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Disclaimer - Diabetic neuropathy symptoms may vary from individual to individual. Please consult with your orthotists at Invigo Rehab (0091-8800973649, 0091-9315414056) before purchasing any orthotics to make sure they're right for you.

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