orthotics

Cecilia Stolzer Grote

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I have "orthopedic insoles" from Spenco. They are not custom fitted, but=

come in shoe sizes and are available in 3/4 length or in full length. I
obtained the full length inserts from a specialty drug store, on the
advice of a physiotherapist, when I had a bad limp for a while. Now I
probably don't need them, but wear them anyway. The rigid ("orthopedic")=

part of the insoles extends only 3/4 of the length and the part under the=

balls of the feet is soft insole. Perhaps these might be helpful in
ghillies --I don't know because I wore them only in street shoes.

--Hugh

Hugh Goldie Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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I also get Spenco insoles. I get the full-length ones with the arch
support, but not the orthopedic ones with the hard plastic. One of my
problems are high arches, and a long evening of dancing without any arch
support is really felt the next day. I find mine at a shoe repair shop.

Cecilia Stolzer-Grote
RSDCD San Francisco Branch

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