How Aetrex Conform Orthotics Help
Premium Materials That
Benefit Your Foot Health
Plastazote® top cover that customizes to the foot during the gait cycle and transfers pressure away from “hot spots” for extra protection.
Helps Relieve Pressure and Friction
A molded cork blended core and a Plastazote X-Firm bottom for superior resilience and shock absorption.
Strategically Place Arch Support
The contour, position and height of Aetrex’s unique arch support aligns anatomically in the proper place to help support our bodies from the ground up.
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About Diabetes &
the Diabetic Foot
Diabetes is a highly prevalent condition globally. It is defined as a metabolic disorder, and there are two main types. Type 1 is an autoimmune disease mostly found in children where the body’s immune system destroys the insulin-producing pancreatic beta-cells. It is found in 5 to 10 percent of patients with Diabetes. Type 2 accounts for the remaining 90 to 95 percent, frequently found in people over age 45. It’s associated with the physical inactivity of adolescents and the sugar-rich diets commonly adopted today.
Foot Conditions associated with Diabetes include:
- Peripheral Sensory Neuropathy
Nerve damage in the feet
- Peripheral Vascular Disease & Peripheral Arterial Disease
Plaque build-up in the arteries reducing blood flow and the ability to heal
Structural damage caused by a lack of sensation and bone weakness. The arches are lost, and the foot may become boat shaped./p>
A sore developed when damaged skin goes unnoticed due to loss of sensation
Wearing the right footwear and orthotics combination can help reduce risk factors and help relieve the pressure and friction on the parts of the foot that are more prone to ulcerations. Aetrex Conform Orthotics help protect the low-risk Diabetic Foot by customizing to the foot during the gait cycle, transferring pressure away from “hot spots” and providing shock absorption for extra protection.
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DOs & DONT'S
- Wash feet daily. Dry carefully
- If your feet feel cold at night, wear socks
- Inspect your feet daily for blisters, cuts, and scratches
- Wear an orthotic designed to help reduce your risk factors
- Wear shoes that are designed to protect your feet from injury
- Inspect the insides of your shoes daily for foreign objects and rough areas
- Avoid extreme temperatures. Test water with your hands or elbow before bathing
- See your physician regularly and be sure to have your feet examined at each visit
- Shoes should be fitted by a footcare specialist and be comfortable at the time of purchase
- Soak your feet in hot water
- Walk barefoot
- Wear sandals with thongs between the toes
- Cut corns or calluses; see your physician
- Wear shoes with pointed toe areas
- Walk on hot surfaces such as sandy beaches or on the cement around swimming pools
*If you have an advanced case of Neuropathy, please consult your doctor.