Are You Experiencing Leg Length Differences Due to a Recent Hip Replacement, Use Of Fracture Boot or Wound Healing Shoe?
Penguins are cute! But walking like one can hurt your knee, hip or back - An Evenup makes all the difference!
Evenup can help! Leg length inequality 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 discrepancy can lead to back pain and discomfort. The good news is that Evenup can easily remedy this situation without the need for costly orthopedic shoes.
Evenup provides a 1/2" to 1" lift to help offset the additional height brought about by wearing an orthotic walking boot or other apparatus. Evenup works on both the left and right foot. No designation is required. Small (shoe sizes 5.5 - 8.5)
Please note that our sizes have changed! Use the measurement technique below to determine your appropriate size even if you have ordered in the past.
The measurement of the sole of the shoe is used to determine the appropriate size of Evenup™. See image below for the proper measurement technique.
|Measurement||Women's Shoe Size||Men's Shoe Size||Recommended Evenup™ Size|
|A sole measurement between 10 inches (254mm) and 11 1/4 inches (286mm)||5 - 8.5||6 - 8||SMALL|
|A sole measurement between 11 1/2 inches (292mm) and 12 3/4 inches (324mm)||9 - 11||8.5 - 10.5||MEDIUM|
|A sole measurement between 13 inches (330mm) and 14 1/2 inches (368mm)||11.5 - 13||11 - 13||LARGE|
|A sole measurement greater than 14 1/2 inches (368mm)||13.5+||13.5+||EXTRA LARGE|
Note: It is generally best to choose an Evenup™ a little too small rather than a little too big. This means if your shoe measurement is between two of the measurements, like 11 1/4 inches - 11 1/2 inches, or measures 11 3/8, it is best to go with the small. Also note the shoe size the best correlates with the size as well.
|1. Put on your Evenup while sitting down. Place your good foot over your opposite knee. Place the front portion of the Evenup strap over the toes of your shoe.||2. Pull the elastic straps toward the heel of the shoe and adjust the side straps over the sole of the shoe. Pull up the heel tab to securely fasten to the sole of the shoe.|
|3. Make sure the Evenup name is facing out!||4. Utilize the velcro strap provided to securely fasten the Evenup to your shoe. Place the strap through the loop and around the thicker band.|
Please note that improper use or installation of the Evenup could result in injury. Always exercise caution and care when using the Evenup.