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LLD / Leg Length Difference

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by KurantPed, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. KurantPed

    KurantPed Welcome New Poster


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    I would like to take an opportunity to describe my personal interest and expertise in shoe lifts. We do shoe lifts in all brands and styles of shoes. Boots, golf shoes, tennis shoes, football cleats, and even ice skates and baby shoes and everything else. We work with new or used shoes your patients already own.



    The Process : We make a precision cut through the sole of the shoe. Then we add the custom size shoe lift you specify even to the exact millimeter, we taper the front or any other specifics you need, then reattach the original bottom so they are walking on the original tread. We add color so it blends in. Very professional work. Prices are sure to fit anyones budget!


    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me!
     
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