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Old 17th March 2013, 12:27 PM
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Has anyone either privately or within NHS podiatry come across the Salfordinsole prescription custom orthotic service? Seems they are very new to this facet of the game. (Salford insoles the giant full length plastic things are of course well known)Was wondering on quality of device provided service etc - in effect are they any good???

Could anyone recommend a good outsource orthotic manufacturer - have used Salts/Stepahead and found them good but its always good to try others i suppose.

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Default Re: Help with orthotics

Originally Posted by efuller View Post
What is a pronated forefoot wedge?
I think he means a valgus wedge 2-5....
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