A heel cushion will absorb most of the shock and prevent it from being transmitted upwards.
Silicare Silicone Heel Cushions are made in India using German machinery and raw materials to give you a world-class product at an affordable price. Cheaper competitor products are made from industrial silicone (which is not bio-compatible) or gels (which have less shock absorption). Silicone is a man-made product. It is manufactured from sand (silica) and oxygen. Due to its purity, it is a preferred component in the medical industry. It is resistant to extreme pressures and temperatures.
Made from non-implantable medical grade silicone. Absorbs shock during walking (thereby preventing it from being transmitted back up the body). Central blue soft silicone area for improved shock absorption.Does not absorb sweat or water. Resistant to chemicals. Resistant to high temperatures. Can bear sustained pressure (due to walking) for a long time without being deformed. Biocompatible i.e does not cause any skin allergies. Does not support growth of micro-organisms. Odorless. Can be worn inside regular shoes
The Silicone Heel Cushion is available in 2 variants:
Silicare Silicone Heel Cushion- Blue
Has soft blue pads at the heel for additional cushioning effect. This product is for normal walking only and should NOT be used during jogging, running and sporting activities.
Silicare Silicone Cushion – Plain
Does not have the soft blue segments. This product is recommended for use during jogging, running and sporting activities.
Size Available Shoe Size
X - Large
Directions for use
To be positioned below the heel
Bursitis of the heel
Fat pad atrophy
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