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Compensation insole for city and dress shoes

For unequal leg length
For unequal leg length
  • For unequal leg length
  • For unequal leg length
  • For unequal leg length

Compensation insole for unequal leg length

Packaging: the bag contains 1 piece

Adapted to city shoes

City shoes City shoes

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mm Deficit of the pelvic tilt

       Patient age

Seniority deficit

Height compensation


Height of the first month compensation

Height of the second month compensation


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Our compensation insoles are made of agglomerated cork on a flexible resin base and recovered with a leather coating. Those insoles are designed to correct or compensate for a leg shorter than the other or used for increasing someone's height.

The compensation requires the use of incompressible materials for a rigorous and permanent correction.

It is important to use compensation insoles at all times while in standing upright position. Therefore you can either put the insole on all you shoes, boots or slippers, or you can move it from a shoe to any other one.

The insole must be placed on the shoe concerning the shortest leg.

What height to choose for the insole?

We recommend in the beginning to use our calculator (see above). Its intuitive and easy operation will ensure you to get an accurate and fast result.

Example 1:

A 57 years old woman has been informed following a recent hip surgery that she has a swing of her pelvis. This swing is 19 millimeters high and affects her left leg (this means her left leg is 19 millimeters shorter than her right one). In this case, the correct height of the compensation insole must be 12 millimeters, which represents 63% of the deficit.

Example 2:

A 46 years old man is diagnosed with a low back pain. An X-ray shows a Leg length Inequality (LLI) of 31 millimeters. The height of the compensation sole must be 18 millimeters, which represents 58% of the deficit. However, during the two first months, the compensation should be progressive in order to get an optimal result. For the first month we advise him to use a 9 millimeters compensation insole then a 13 millimeters one for the second month. Finally, starting from the third month, he can definitively use an 18 millimeters high compensation insole. This step by step process has a positive impact on patient’s quality of life. In addition to be better tolerated, it reduces potential biomechanical troubles linked to the rebalanced pelvis process.

If you cannot determine the right height for the insole, do not hesitate to contact us by using the form "contact us". We will work together to find the best solution.

Our insoles are available with the thickness of 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, 17mm, 18mm, 19mm, 20mm, 21mm, 22mm, 23mm, 24mm, 25mm, 26mm, 27mm, 28mm, 29mm, 30mm, 31mm, 32mm, 33mm, 34mm and 35mm.

Also available in Compensation insole for sport shoes version
In Heels Compensation for sport shoes version
In Heels Compensation for city and dress shoes version

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