Vasyli Custom Green Full Length Low Density Insoles
Vasyli Custom Green Full Length Low Density Insoles

Vasyli Custom Green Full Length Low Density Insoles

Brand/Manufacturer: VASYLI MEDICAL
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  • Latex Free

Vasyli Custom Green Full Length Low Density Insoles are ideal for individuals who require special consideration such as elderly, pediatric or patients with diabetes or arthritis. Patients adapt easily to the mild functional control while the correct biomechanical position is maintained. Vasyli Custom Low Density Insoles are latex free and sold as pairs.

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 Item #DescriptionPkg
71F GREENKids SmallPair
71F GREENKids LargePair
71F GREENX SmallPair
71F GREENSmallPair
71F GREENMediumPair
71F GREENLargePair
71F GREENX-LargePair
71F GREENXX-LargePair

Vasyli Custom Green Insoles

Features And Benefits:

Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  CUSTOM-FIT
Vasyli Custom Red Insoles are heat moldable for a custom fit.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  BACK, KNEE AND HEEL PAIN
Vasyli Custom Red Insoles help relieve heel, knee, or back pain.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  WALKING AND EVERYDAY USE
These High Density Insoles are ideal for walking and everyday use.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  CUSTOM-FIT SHOES
Vasyli Custom Red Insoles are designed for custom-fit shoes.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  BOOTS
They are appropriate for men and women hiking boots.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  CASUAL SHOES
Ideal for most men shoes and broad-fitting, flat footwear of ladies.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  ATHLETIC USE
Covered in a bonded fabric, they are suitable for athletic footwear.
Vasyli Custom Red Insole Features  SHOES FOR KIDS
Vasyli High Density Insoles can be used in shoes for kids.

Patient Weight Guide:

Orthotics Patient Weight Guide

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Fitting The Insoles:

  1. First, check the shoes into which you will fit the orthotic. If the shoe is too badly worn, it must be replaced. If the shoe has some form of thick lining or arch cushion, remove it from the shoe.
  2. Now pick a size of device that closely fits the contours of the foot. For greater accuracy, simply place the orthotic on the foot and see how it compares to the natural contours, making sure the distal edge of the orthotic finishes 5-10 mm behind the bisection of the 1st MPJ.
  3. Fit the device to the extreme back of the shoe and ask the patient to walk around the room for a few steps. If there is no irritation, then allow the patient to wear the orthotic home.
  4. It may take a few days for the feet of the patient to become accustomed to the orthotic. If any discomfort occurs, have the patient remove them for one or two hours, then replace them and continue to remove and replace them until comfortable.
  5. If the patient is still suffering from initial symptoms after a typical break-in period of 3 to 5 days, you may need to reassess the density of the orthotic and adjust your orthotic prescription. Excessive arch intolerance usually indicates a lack of rearfoot control and additional rearfoot posting may be required.
Fitting the Orthotic

Heat Molding:

  1. After determining the correct density, model, and size, check the footwear of the patient and remove any existing innersoles that may interfere with fitting.
  2. Place the insole (base up) on a heat-resistant surface. Apply the heat in a waving motion between the 2 Sorbon inserts. Do not concentrate the heat in one spot or along the arch profile as this may damage the product. When the raised lettering of the thermal indicator and the STC disappear, this indicates a molding temperature has been reached (approx. 194F / 90C).
  3. With the patient sitting, place the heated insole into one shoe. For maximum comfort, ensure the patient is wearing a sock or stocking.
  4. Place the foot into the shoe. Palpate and hold the foot in the neutral position, using the talonavicular technique. Ask the patient to stand with weight evenly distributed on both feet while maintaining the neutral position.
  5. Palpate the shoe, molding up into the arch area and around the heel cup. Press down in the forefoot to mold to the last of the shoe.
  6. Ask the patient to sit, controlling the neutral position until fully seated. Remove the insole from the patient shoe and allow it to cool for 5 minutes.
  7. Repeat the process for the other foot.
  8. Check for correct prescription and add Vasyli insole additions or wedges, if necessary.

Specification

Sizes

Men;s Shoe Size

Women;s Shoe Size

Small Kids (SK)

Youth 12-13

Youth 12-13

Kids (K)

1½ - 3

1½ - 4

X-Small (XS)

3½ - 5

4½ - 6

Small (S)

5½ - 7

6½ - 8

Medium (M)

7½ - 9

8½ - 10

Large (L)

9½ - 11

10½ - 12

X-Large (XL)

11½ - 13

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XX-Large (XXL)

13½ - 15

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Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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How long do these insoles last?
Dory - 4/3/2017 8:54:16 AM
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Activity and patient weight influence longevity. Make sure to fit the appropriate density to suit the patient lifestyle or physique. As a rule, they typically last 12 to 18 months.
Customer Care - 4/4/2017 12:20:52 AM
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How do I clean them?
Merlin - 4/3/2017 8:53:49 AM
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Vasyli Custom Low-Density Insole covers are impregnated with an antibacterial / antimicrobial compound to eliminate odor. If the products require general cleaning, wipe over with a damp cloth using a mild soap solution, rinse, towel dry, and air naturally. Do not expose the orthotics to any external heat source. Do not soak or machine wash.
Customer Care - 4/4/2017 12:20:29 AM
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What if they hit me in the arch?
Micahel - 4/3/2017 8:52:11 AM
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Arch intolerance is a common complaint when fitting orthotics in general. The primary cause is a lack of rearfoot control, which allows the foot to still collapse onto the arch profile of the orthotic. Check for subtalar neutral with your patient standing in the footwear with the orthotics. You can usually reduce pressure in the arch area by externally rotating the leg and palpating the talarnavicular joint to neutral (see STJ neutral technique). Add rearfoot posting to maintain a more neutral alignment. If discomfort persists, check for a forefoot varus deformity.
Customer Care - 4/4/2017 12:19:37 AM
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What is Talonavicular Technique?
Matt - 4/3/2017 8:51:42 AM
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Talonavicular Technique is described as follows:
  • To place the subtalar joint into neutral; place your thumb and index finger on either side of the talonavicular joint and palpate.
  • When the joint feels equal or congruent, this represents a neutral alignment at the STJ. (i.e., no pronation or supination).
Customer Care - 4/4/2017 12:19:15 AM
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