- Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction PTTD, Charcot foot, Pes planus Talocalcaneal valgus, Tibialis
- Tendonitis, Subtalar, midtarsal ankle trauma, ankle arthritis, and degenerative joint disease
- Easy Pull-on Donning
- Speed lacing for easy donning
- Complete circumferential compression
- Adjustable sub-talar correction with arch strap
Suggested DME LCODES:
- L1940 custom articulated AFO
- L2820 soft interface
- L2330 lacer
- L2270 padded arch strap
* other codes may apply
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I got A Schooner Brace CS. I can’t find the shoes or boots to go with. Please recommend what kind or what brand of the shoes or boots.
Hi Malai, It can be difficult- its a large brace. We would suggest a lace up walking shoe or sneaker- many people have found the New Balance brand to be accommodating for foot braces.
Best of luck!
I have dropfoot I can barely walk even with the brace on my left foot.
Thank you for contacting us, Wayne! We recommend out Smart-Step Brace for drop foot. Please contact email@example.com for more information regarding this brace! You can also view video testimonials here: http://insightfulbracing.com/youtube-reviews/ -Lilly