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'False feet': an alternative to expensive surgical shoes.

By I. W. Brown and G. Walker


A method of 'equalising' unequal sized and shaped feet to allow the use of normal shoes of equal size, and permit the purchase of a 'pair' of shoes is described. This makes available a greater choice of normal styles and colours for patients with deformed and unequal feet. It is contrasted with the provision of custom-made surgical shoes and the purchase of two pairs of unequal size shop shoes. The patients and their parents were pleased with the results and the cost savings were considerable

Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Royal College of Surgeons of England
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