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    Orthopedic Shoes & Appliances in Tyler


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    Business Listing   A Woman's Touch - Tyler, TX - Phone: (903) 593-1590


    Business Listing   Good's Pharmacy - Medical Equipment - Tyler, TX - Phone: (903) 526-5600


    Business Listing   Good's Pharmacy - South - Tyler, TX - Phone: (903) 939-8500


    Business Listing   Neal's Prosthetics Inc - Tyler, TX - Phone: (903) 595-2229


    Business Listing   Prosthetic-Orthotic Associates of East Texas Inc - Tyler, TX - Phone: (903) 592-6574


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    Helpful Definition for: Orthopedic Shoes & Appliances


    Orthopedic shoes and appliances intend to treat deformities and disorders of the feet and lower extremity. Wide assortment of orthopedic and footcare appliances would include implants, artficial limbs, wheel chair, callipers, fracture aids, knee/ calf/ ankle support, etc, designed to provide maximum comfort to and promote mobility in the part affected. In Tyler, there are several outlet stores that sell orthopedic shoes and appliances.

    Other orthopedic footcare products that are available in these stores are: orthopedic footwear, comfort shoes, diabetic shoes, orthotic appliances, surgical shoes, children's corrective shoes and orthotic devices, orthotics and prosthetic socks, spinal orthotics, diabetic socks, inserts, foot orthotics, etc.

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