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PODartis Therapeutic Footwear: Three Decades of Innovation

Originating in 1988 from a specialised research group focusing on technical orthopaedics, PODartis is one of the world's leading designers and manufacturers of a wide range of orthopaedic footwear. Foot Orthotics is a proud supplier of PODartis footwear and our collection includes

Deambulo xlPODartis Deambulo X

Fully-opening with variable volume and a comprehensive choice of fittings, PODartis Deambulo X shoes can easily accommodate bandaged feet or those affected by conditions that cause swelling, such as oedema and lymphoedema.

The footwear is designed to be super-lightweight to improve both comfort and mobility: other design features include a low stabilising back counter, biomechanical anti-stumbling outsoles and stretch transpirant uppers.

stability walker 2PODartis Stability Walker

The Stabil D foot ankle walker is billed as 'the most stable off-loading shoe on the market', a claim that is certainly not made lightly.

Shown to be just as effective as a cast when it comes to treating ankle arthrodesis, talus/heel fractures, distal corrective osteotomy and diabetic plantar foot ulcers, the PODartis Stability Walker is a game-changer in the field of orthopaedic footwear.

The included insole is removable to allow for the insertion of the Modus insole (more information below) with localised peg offloading.

MODUS_1PODartis Modus Insole

The Modus insole is designed to fit any of the footwear in the PODartis range. Perfect for relieving pressure on plantar surface ulcers, the triple-density insole features removable modular cells and inserts for specific pressure reduction applications.

The insoles also display strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, helping to improve hygiene levels.

On April 29th from 3:30pm until 6:00pm, PODartis will broadcast a free live webinar which you are invited to attend. For more details about how to register, please see the latest edition of the Reed Medical blog.