Suffering from knee, hip, or back pain due to an orthopedic walking boot, post-op medical shoe, or cast? Do you have a leg length discrepancy due to a recent hip replacement surgery? Evenup is the solution! Walk without a limp and in your own comfortable shoes. Evenup is the easy way to “even up” leg length from your hip to the sole of your foot, making walking a pain-free breeze.
Are you purchasing or have you already purchased a walker boot for broken foot treatment or a medical walking shoe? To avoid further injury, the Evenup shoe lift is an excellent accessory to pair with our wide selection of walking boots or post-op shoes.
Evenup is an orthotic shoe lift that is used for compensating temporary leg length differences. Leg length discrepancy is a common complaint after hip replacement surgery. While surgeons try to leave patients with an equal leg length, there are times when leg lengths may turn out to be different after hip replacement surgery. This can lead to back pain and discomfort. Fortunately, the Evenup shoe elevator can easily correct this situation without the need for costly orthopedic shoe levers, insoles for extra height, or heel lift inserts.
Evenup height is adjustable, offering varying thicknesses: 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, and 1 1/4 inches. Simply remove the top layer(s) for just a lesser boost, as opposed to the full 1 1/4-inch lift. Evenup is the easy way to "even up" leg length.
Some people just cannot tolerate even a small leg length difference from wearing a fracture boot. The Evenup orthotic shoe balancer solves this issue for them and you! Evenup easily attaches to your laced shoe on your non-affected limb for improved balance, gait, and reduced body strain. Evenup's specially designed rubber and hook and loop straps hold it in place on your shoe. It also includes a 2 layer non-skid, rubber outsole.
While a teeny-tiny variance in leg length may not provoke any symptoms, a significant difference can cause a noticeable limp often resulting in knee, hip, and/or back pain due to an uneven gait when walking. Other complications can include a herniated disc, sacroiliac malalignment, sciatica, functional scoliosis, lumbar facet syndrome, and degenerative joint disease, especially on the longer side. The Evenup shoe lift helps prevent and reduce body strain and injuries before they occur by keeping your knees and hips level.
It was created by two podiatrists in Florida, after hearing complaints from patients wearing a fracture boot. The patients were experiencing pain caused by an uneven gait when walking with an orthotic walking boot or wound care shoe after foot surgery.
A couple of recent studies showed that wearing the Evenup device causes the patient’s gait to more closely resemble normal walking speed. It also revealed that it may improve compliance in patients using an Aircast pneumatic ankle boot or CAM walker due to noticed comfort and stability improvements.
The Evenup shoe balancer can be worn on your right or left foot.
Wear with a laced shoe such a causal sneaker, athletic tennis shoe, dress shoe, or boot. When first applying, check that the sole fits securely, otherwise you could slip.
This really saved me from pain in my hip and lower back when I was put in a walking boot after surgery. I wish I would have known about these a few years ago when I had my last surgery.
This device worked perfectly. I didn’t need to buy other shoes to make it possible to improve my gait while walking in boot.
This kept me hips level, it fit all of my shoes and gave relief to my good ankle, knee and hip.
I found this shoe balancer online in the middle of the night awake from back pain I have experienced for decades. I fractured one leg in 1983 with multiple breaks and the leg healed well but is shorter than the other leg. I have tried shoe inserts in one shoe but the pain has never subsided. This balancer has finally given me relief from most of my back pain after 38 years! Thank you for inventing this and making it available to the public. It is truly a Godsend!
Quality product, and quality service.I have one leg 1/14 inches shorter , this makes up for the discrepancy .
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