Custom orthopaedic shoes

House of Feet combines more than 100 years of experience in custom shores with the latest technology on our market. The complete production takes place in our workshop in Bruges.

measurement

The success of a good insole starts with exact measurement. To do this as accurately as possible, we have a number of methods.

 We can put the feet in a plaster cast or in an impression box. We can also scan feet in 3D using the Structure sensor on iPad or with a laser scanner in one of our centres.

 We treat patients for orthopaedic shoes in the home or hospital or in one of our service centres.

production

The complete production takes place in our workshop in Bruges. In this way we have an accurate check on every step of the production process. We make our shoes in leather and plastics of the highest quality.

Each orthopaedic shoe is also made with a built-in, custom orthotic insole.

aesthetics vs. functionality

For years House of Feet’s aim has been to reduce the threshold for wearing orthopaedic shoes. Our extensive catalogue shows that orthopaedic shoes can be trendy and modern.

 Our team of designers follows the latest fashion trends carefully and we publish our new catalogue containing the latest models twice a year. Request our catalogue!

technologies

We monitor all the latest developments all the time and continuously invest in the latest technology, materials and training for our podologists and shoe technicians.

 

problem-free cooperation

We take care of the complete administrative process and all communication with the client. We follow-up each file carefully and provide each referrer with the maximum support.

reimbursement

Adult patients with a condition who are entitled to a reimbursement for orthopaedic shoes are entitled to a new pair up to the age of 65.

Patients older than 65, depending on the condition, are entitled to a new pair every year or every 2 years.

 For patients under 18, this is as frequent as every 9 months.

The seriousness of the condition determines the category in which a patient falls. This is determined by a medical advisor from the healthcare insurer.

 Category A

  • Annual entitlement to new orthopaedic shoes
  • Co-payment: EUR 36,00

 Category B

  • Annual entitlement to new orthopaedic shoes up to age of 65
  • Older than 65, entitled every 2 years
  • Co-payment: EUR 143,88

 Category C

  • Annual entitlement to new orthopaedic shoes up to age of 65
  • Older than 65, entitled every 2 years
  • Co-payment: EUR 179,82

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