Diabetic Puncture Resistant Insole
Offers an effective method for the prevention of the most common diabetic foot injury
Meets or exceeds Medicare recommended tolerances
Meets or exceeds specific patient needs for an orthotic insole that offers a single solution for a variety of diabetic foot problems
Three layer System
Flexible stainless steel chassis
The Top Plastazote layer
is the standard medical product universally used in diabetic insoles. Plastazote is a closed cell crossed linked polyethylene “memory foam” that uses natural body heat to conform and take on the shape of the foot to offer even and consistent support. Plastazote offers extreme comfort and can be worn the entire day.
The middle Polyurethane layer
is a “non-memory foam” product anatomically shaped into an orthotic with a heel cup, arch and an optional metatarsal support. This is a denser material than the Plastazote layer that offers a shock absorbing effect upon impact.
The bottom layer
consists of a flexible high-carbon stainless steel chassis: Benefits of this layer include
Significantly lessens the chance of punctures to the feet
Effectively reduces all pressure wounds or complications associated with stepping on objects that can bruise the bottom of the foot.
Helps prevent injuries caused by peripheral vascular disease by spreading the body load over the entire foot
Exceeds A.N.S.I. puncture resistant standards of over 270 lbs
Efficiently eliminates the chance of any over pronation injuries.
Instrumental in relieving pain in diabetic patients that have developed neuropathy in their feet.
The Rhino Tuff Diabetic Puncture Resistant Insole
has been designed with the needs of the Diabetic in mind. The benefits of Plastazote are commonly known in the medical industry offering the patient all-day comfort and protection. The insole is light-weight and, with their low-profile, can be inserted in the patients existing shoes thus eliminating the need to purchase special products. Comfort and peace of mind from accidental injuries associated with foreign objects penetrating the Diabetic’s feet. One less thing to worry about.