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Below you will find a selection of bandage shoes. ProBrace has contact with various suppliers at home and abroad. From a wide range of bandage shoes, ProBrace has selected the best products for you.

Need advice? Feel free to contact a ProBrace specialist .

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OPED EvenUp Shoe Raise

EvenUp Shoe Raise

Easily prevent back and neck problems with a (walking) plaster or walker. The EvenUp shoe elevation is easy to wear over any (sports) shoe and ensures an equalization of the leg length difference.

€47,95

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Pulman Bandage shoe New Haarlem

Bandage shoe New Haarlem

The Pulman bandage shoe type New Haarlem is a unisex bandage shoe. Ideal for skin ulcer or pressure-sensitive wounds on the feet.

€127,95

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Bandage shoes reduce the load on and around the foot and promote healing on and around the foot with various pressure-sensitive problems, or when you retain moisture. The bandage shoes can be used, for example, in:

  • Skin ulcer
  • Diabetes
  • Edema
  • Bandages
  • (open) wounds
  • Corns
  • Postoperative
  • Sensitivity disorder
  • Circulation disorder
  • After freezing toes or partial amputation
 

Bandage shoes from ProBrace

ProBrace supplies and advises only branded shoes of the well-known brand Pulman. The bandage shoes are available in a regular fit or an extra wide fit (Xtra). This Xtra wide fit is particularly suitable for bandaged feet. Thanks to the warm lining and wear-resistant lightweight rubber sole, these bandage shoes are also suitable for outdoor use.

How do I maintain bandage shoes

The bandage shoes are easy to wash at 40 degrees in the washing machine, the shoes also come with an EPS (styrofoam) last to keep the shoes in shape while drying.

Are bandages also reimbursed?

Dressing shoes are covered by your basic insurance (2017). The amount of the reimbursement may differ per insurance and can be found in your policy conditions. If the costs of the dressing shoes are higher than your reimbursement, you will have to pay the difference yourself. You do not have to pay an additional statutory personal contribution for bandage shoes, but bandage shoes are first deducted from your deductible (€ 385).

If you have already paid your deductible and the costs of the bandage shoes fall within the amount insured by you, there are no additional costs. To be eligible for reimbursement you must have a referral from your treating art. It must clearly describe the nature of the condition.

Due to the constant exchange of fees, no rights can be derived from this text at ProBrace. This text serves as a guideline and information, for exact information you will have to check your own insurance.


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