Shoes after Surgery

After getting surgery on your feet, it’s very important to allow a proper healing environment so they can heal correctly.

It can take 4-6 weeks for general healing but months to fully heal. During those months it’s important to wear supportive, orthotic shoes!

When picking out your new footwear you should consider something to accommodate swelling, limited range of motion, and less stability.

The 3 most common surgeries that may require orthotic shoes are as follows:

  • Fracture Repair and Restoration
  • Bunion Removal Surgery
  • Heel Spur Surgery

If you’re looking for a supportive footwear option after your foot surgery, make sure to check out Comfort Pair! Consult with your doctor and discuss when switching from a cast or dressings to orthotic shoes would be best.

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