Enables patients with bandaged legs and feet independence and mobility.
At the 17th Leg Club Conference in Worcester I heard a great snippet of information from Rebecca Elwell, from Royal Stoke University Hospital.
She told the delegates that she regularly sees patients in bandages wearing oversized slippers, plastic bags or bed socks over their feet.
Patients need a medical shoe that can be prescribed. An example of this is Cellona shoe.http://lohmann-rauscher.co.uk/immobilisation/cello...
This shoe is sturdy, waterproof and fully adjustable.
They enable proper ankle mobility and are non-slip.
Rebecca was very passionate that anything less is just not acceptable.
Clare Morris, Clinical Services at L&R
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