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Mildly to Moderately 
Twisting or Rolling Over Your Foot.


 ​Shoe Modification for Individuals that Roll Their Feet to the Outside (Supination) or Roll to the Inside (Pronation). 

Function: To Stabilize and Support the Lateral or Medial side of the foot, heel or forefoot or both heel and the forefoot.

 How? By adding a wedge with the height on the side of the shoe sole and heel that's rolling over. The Wedge will be placed between the shoe and the sole.

Goal: Stabilize the foot and ankle

Benefit:
1. Stop severe sprain.

2. Halts Ligament, Cartilage, Tendon  and bone pain.

3. Prevents further deterioration of over Pronation or Supination.
Stabilizer
Aggressive Stability 
Sever Rolling Over of the Foot

Buttress
Moderately to Slightly Aggressive
Twisting or Rolling Over Your Foot.

    Use this shoe modification if the shoe modification wedge is not totally controlling the rolling over of the foot.

Function: To Stabilize and Support the Lateral or Medial side of the foot, heel or forefoot or both heel and the forefoot.

How? By adding width to the existing heel and sole. This can provide Stabilizing Support for the foot.

Goal: Stabilize the foot and ankle

Benefit:
1. Stop severe sprain.

2. Halts Ligament, Cartilage, Tendon and bone pain.

3. Prevents further deterioration of over Pronation or Supination.
Flare
Moderately to Slightly Aggressive
Twisting or Rolling Over Your Foot.
Wedge added to your favorite footwear

Stops or Greatly Lessen the Amount of Foot Rolling Over.
Providing Stability, Prevents Further Deterioration in the Ankle and Foot.

Let ShoeCanics Add Wedges
To Your Favorite 
Shoes or Boots

Foot Rolling Over Mildly or Severally? 

There Are Several Types of Shoe Modification That Can Help With This Condition. They are called:

1.Wedge    2.Flare    3.Stabilizer    4.Buttress

Each Shoe Modifications function to a different degree of support and control. They are listed in order of severity. The higher the number the greater support and control will be achieved. 
Very - Aggressive Stability 
Extreme Rolling Over on 
The Actual Foot 

Prescribed: Individual that need Very Aggressive Stability to the Outside of the foot (Lateral) or to the Inside of the foot (Medial). 

Visible Sign - footwear collapsing to one side because of foot rolling aggressively over. Possible cause Tendonitis or Charcot.

Charcot neuropathy is a progressive deterioration of weight bearing joints, usually in the foot or ankle.

Function: Stabilize patient feet.

How? By adding the appropriate material to the exterior of the footwear shoes or boots. Material added from the back of the heel to Mid-Foot. 

Goal: Stop severe lateral and medial joint deterioration. Halts excessive wear and breaking down of footwear.

Benefit: 

1. May delay or stop the needed for surgery

2. Diminishes the condition for sever sprains and broken bones.

3. Halt Ligament, Cartilage, Tendon and Bone problems.

4. Stop deterioration or further deterioration due to over Pronation and Supination.
Buttress is the material added to this shoe from the back of the heel to ball of the shoe. The length of  the Buttress can very.
Very - Aggressive Stability 
Extreme Rolling Over on The Actual Foot
1. WEDGE
4. BUTTRESS
2. FLARE
3. STABILIZER
Wedge
Mildly to Moderately 
Twisting or Rolling Over Your Foot.
Wedge Material
Supination and Pronation Control 
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1. Type in your Name, Phone Number and E-Mail Address in the boxes above.
2. Select Left or Right Side, Select the desired height in inches or centimeters (boxes below).
3. Type In your questions or comments in the comment box.
4. Make correction on this form before you click submit.
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2. FLARE
Right Foot 
Left Foot 
1. WEDGE
Right Foot 
Left Foot 
3. STABILIZER
illustration of the placement the Stabilizer
Bottom of sole
Stabilizer Shape
Stabilizer
Placement
4. BUTTRESS
Right Foot 
Left Foot 
Right Foot 
Left Foot 
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Aggressive Stability 
Sever Rolling Over of the Foot

Provides - Support for Individual that Severely over Pronation - rolling foot to the inside or Supination. - rolling foot to the outside.

Visible Sign, - footwear collapsing to one side because of foot rolling aggressively over. Possible cause Tendonitis or Charcot.

Function: Stabilize patient feet.

How? By adding the appropriate material to the shoe upper and the side of the sole down to the ground of the shoes. This Material is added between the area of the Calcaneus and Mid-Foot.

Goal: Halt sever rolling over of the footStop severe lateral and medial joint deterioration. Halts excessive wear and breaking down of footwear.

Benefit: 

1. May delay or stop the needed for surgery

2. Diminishes the condition for sever sprains     and broken bones.

3. Halt Ligament, Cartilage, Tendon and Bone     problems.

4. Stop deterioration or further deterioration of     Pronation and Supination.
We Can Add Shoe Modification to Just About All Types Of Shoes and Boots
Shoe Modification Service
Converting Your Favorite Footwear Into Your Specific Needs
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Footwear Modification

                Select Your Shoe Modification Set-Up Below
                    (Supination) - Rolling the foot to the Outside    (Pronation) - Rolling the foot to the Inside 
​Converting Your Favorite Footwear Into Your Specific Needs
We Can and Have Modified Just About All Types Of Shoes and Boots
We used white material here so you could clearly see the 
Shoe Modification Below called Wedging or Posting.
Back of Shoe
To understand which direction your foot is rolling over on or twisting over on. Look at the back of this yellow sample shoe below. The back of the sample shoe below represents your right foot. The position or let say the tilt is called Supination. 

  • Now use your mouse and touch this shoe. The shoe will tilt into the position called Pronation. 

  • To tilt the shoe back to Supination touch any white area on the monitor.
Rolling the foot to the Outside - (Supination)
Rolling the foot to the Inside - (Pronation)
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