Get on your feet again
Monroe BioTechnology offers several prescription footwear options to alleviate foot problems. We will expertly fit you with the exact shoe for your unique needs. Just call us with your questions or to schedule an appointment. We’re here to help you get on your feet again with more comfort and less pain.
Heel Relief Shoe
Reduces the weight-bearing pressure on the heel for treatment of heel injuries and diabetic foot ulcers under the calcaneus.
Sizing for women 6-12+ and men 6-15
Forefoot Wedge Healing Shoe
Designed to protect the forefoot by removing most of the pressure from the metatarsal heads and digits during weight bearing.
Sizing for women 6-10 and men 6-14
Wound Care Shoe System
EVA lined leather that can be modified to protect lesion. Multi density insoles that may be cut or altered to off-load any weight or pressure from an ulcer on plantar surface. Shoe has a semi-ridge rocker sole to assist in ambulation.
Sizing for women 6-17 and men 6-16
Pressure Relief Shoe
Shoe has an insole that has shock-absorbing hexagons that can be removed to off-load plantar ulcers or wounds.
Sizing for women 6 ½-13+ and men 4-14
Extra Depth Shoes
Shoes have rocker designed soles to reduce stress on the metatarsals of the foot. Shoes have removable insoles to give extra depth when needed. Lightweight construction with high, wide toe boxes to accommodate painful forefoot conditions. Shoes also come in a Plastizote foam lined style.
Shoes come in a full line of sizes and up to a 4E width on some styles.
Southwest® Ankle Foot Orthosis
A custom thermo-molded brace for non-operative management of many foot and ankle pathologies including Charcot foot deformities. The lightweight design is customized per patient with four color choices and closures from lace to Velcro. Canvas shells with padded plantar surface give improved comfort.
Come in 9-inch height and above with articulation at the ankle if needed.
Shoes are lightweight and machine washable. Designed for patients with diabetes and sensitive feet. Shoes are constructed of a seamless neoprene that stretches with the foot to accommodate swelling and minimize risk of trauma. Shoes have removable insoles to allow custom orthotics. Available in five styles, most in two color choices.
Pedors are available in full sizes in three widths.
Pre-Fabricated Foot Orthotics
An affordable alternative to custom orthotics for painful foot conditions. Many styles and materials available. Heat molded to patients. Modifications, pads, and reliefs can be added.
C.R.O.W. Walking Boot
The Charcot Restraint Orthotic Walker (C.R.O.W.) is an alternative to a total contact cast. The boot is designed to provide ambulation to patients with severe Charcot changes in the foot and ankle. The C.R.O.W. boot reduces friction of the plantar surface by immobilizing the ankle and redistributing pressure away from high risk areas. A rocker bottom sole eases walking. The boot is able to be removed to monitor wounds and to clean skin.
The C.R.O.W. boot is custom made for each patient.
Ankle Foot Orthotics
Orthoses extending from below the knee, past the ankle, and supporting the foot are variable in their design and effect depending on many factors, including: materials selection, component selection, contact/control points, and trim-line options. Some conditions can be effectively managed by providing off-the-shelf devices. But for many clients, the most appropriate orthotic design is obtained through availing patients of all possible solutions.
Custom Foot Orthotics
Orthoses made from many combinations of materials ranging from soft and accommodating to firm and supportive. Orthotics are made from a cast taken of the patient (non-weight bearing) and are removable to fit into most shoes. Used for mild foot correction and protection for diabetics and athletes.
Custom Molded Shoes
Shoes are made for individual patients from a cast of the foot and ankle. They are for patients that have a foot deformity that won’t fit off-the-shelf shoes or compromises their condition. Shoes can be made with many features determined by the patient and medical professionals.
Delivery can take up to 6 weeks.