The Dynamic Stabilizing Innersole System (DSIS) low shock absorption insert is the latest offering from the orthotics research and development community to help people with flat feet. The semi-flexible shell adds a layer of comfort for the wearer that provides high control of movement. The low shock absorption protection the wearer gets from this device is superior to previous devices brought to the market to cure flat-footedness. The product was designed for children and adults who suffer from flat feet.
The device is termed as a controlling device to assist the wearer with everyday activities like walking, running, or standing for periods of time. The insert is made from subortholene, a lightweight plastic that is strong, flexible, and molds well with the contours of the foot. The posting consists of white crepe extrinsic rearfoot with a five-degree medial heel skive.
The hell depth setting is 3/4” with high medial and lateral flanges. The heel plate is a dura grip with an independent lateral medial column. Don’t let the agony of ‘da feet’ get you down or keep you immobile, try this orthotic insert on for size and take a walking tour to see the world.
- Semi-flexible shell
- High control
- Low shock absorption
- Designed for the pediatric and adult flat foot
Type: Controlling Devices
Default Topcover : N/A
- White crepe extrinsic rearfoot
- 5º Medial heel skive
- Heel Seat Depth: 3/4″
- High medial & lateral flanges
- Heel plate: Dura grip
- Independent lateral and medial column
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