How much do you know about the diabetic foot ?



We've created resources to use in your clinic to increase messaging to keep your diabetic patients active.


Diabetes & Orthotics: An Introductory Webinar

Richard van Plateringen and Steve Lafferty join the Foot Science Academy to bring you the webinar, 'Diabetes & Orthotics: An Introduction' to review the effects of Diabetes Mellitus on a global level. The webinar will help to identify when and how to intervene with Diabetes Mellitus, and to help you understand which Formthotics are suitable for your diabetic patient and their benefits.


Formthotics ShockStop

Revolutionary ShockStop foam protects and reduces impact, providing superior shock absorption. Beneficial for patients who require extra care; history of arch blistering, elderly, diabetes, arthritis, atrophy or boney prominences


Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is the result of the body not making enough insulin to keep blood glucose (sugar) levels within the normal range. If the glucose in a person’s blood is too high, over time it can lead to damage of multiple body systems, including the feet.

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Our goal is well-informed practitioners, who can make well-informed decisions for their diabetic patients.

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