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ICB- Heel Lifts


Used as an aid in the treatment of a structural short leg. Always use a heel lift in conjunction with an orthotic. Available in: 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, small, medium, large. Available in packs of 2 or 10.

Our Code: ICBHL

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After heat moulding the orthotic, attach the approriate size heel lift to the rear of the orthotic, using the double sided tape provided to secure in position, Trim any excess.

A heel lift should never be used without an orthotic to treat a short leg, as the longer leg will usually accomodate to the length discepancy by pronating to level the pelvis.

Long leg pronation should be treated first ( using ICB orthotics), with a heel lift being added to lift the structural short leg.

Adding a heel lift to ICB Orthotics can also reieve pain associated with Severs Disease and Achiles Tendonitis. 


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