Pedors and Pedorthics - What are Pedors® and how do Pedorthists use them to "Save The Sale"?
Pedors stretch therapeutic shoes are designed to accommodate forefoot problems, swollen feet and also bracing. The upper material is a proprietary blend of neoprene and EVA and we call this material Pedoprene™. Pedoprene has the remarkable property of not only being stretchy but also heat-moldable. Pedors are primarily worn by people suffering from the following conditions; swollen feet, edema, lymphedema, diabetes, arthritis, CMT, bunions, hammertoes and corns.
"I've often heard from Pedorthists that they consider Pedors as the "go-to" shoe, that when nothing else works, Pedors will usually save the sale. Some others call Pedors "the shoes-of-last-resort". I like to think of Pedors as the "shoes-of-first-resort" an essential component of a Pedorthist's inventory, a platform that a Pedorthist can use to craft a solution for any foot issue or challenge that is presented. With over 125 unique sizes Pedors are as close to a custom shoe as you can get at an off-the-shelf price. Our original tagline we first used 25 years ago was to brand Pedors as "The Pedorthic Shoe" but essentially Pedors are accommodative footwear designed with the help of Pedorthists and Orthotists and fitted by Pedorthic practitioners worldwide - it's our brand DNA" - Steve O'Hare, President of Pedors Shoes.
Service Benefits Of Working With Pedors
• no minimum order requirements
• order online, by phone, fax, email
• pay online or with terms
• free slatwall hardware & samples available
• order online & ship directly to customer
• free patient referral collateral for your network
Easily Modifiable Footwear
Pedors shoes are easily modifiable for further customization by the practitioner. The Pedoprene™ uppers stretch to accommodate the most demanding forefoot deformity but can also take a heat mold when necessary.
Also the two-piece sole-construction allows for easy modifications, for example the application of a rocker-sole or leg-length-discrepancy build up.
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