Extras: Lacing, Teddy fur lining,
As part of our My Generation by Schein Anti-Varus Range,
1. The posterior foot is held upright by a full length heel cap which prevents torsion effects in the ankle during the necessary forefoot correction.
2. The lateral pressure at the cuboid (bone in the foot located roughly at the midpoint of the outer side of the foot) corresponds to the supporting point aroudn which the forefoot is forced into the correction position.
3. The third correction point is to be found at the front, medial, on a level with the proximal joint (start) of the big toe. Here the foot is prevented from returning into the defective position. There is an indication for anti-varus shoes when treating children who are walking and have adducted feet or club foot.
4. Correction comes into effect at a lateral axis deviation of at least 8°.
Using these correction points, Maxi may be the ideal shoe to correct adducted feet or may be the perfect fit for those children with club feet.
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