41, Rue de Neudorf L- 2221 Luxembourg, Luxembourg

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Master Shoemaker orthopedist for over 20 years in Luxembourg. Specializing in shoes, insoles and Stockings. NHC approved.

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ortboden@pt.lu
ortboden@pt.lu

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About Boden Raymond - Orthopédiste Bottier

For more than 20 years, Raymond Boden, Master Bootmaker and Orthopedist, has been crafting auxiliary orthopedics for your feet:

  • Custom orthopedic

  • Shoes Orthopedic

  • InsertsVaricose vein stockings

Cetified by CNS Nowadays,

Mobility is become increasingly important.

The appearance of walking problems makes us aware of this fact. The following pages will help you with choosing the different services we offer so you can regain mobility or stay mobile as long as possible. Except for apparent or other serious orthopedic or neurological problems, joint pain in lower limbs (feet, knees and hips) and back and neck pain are often due to poor alignment of the feet. To remedy this, it is not always necessary to take drastic action. In close collaboration with your doctor, we will try to give you a better quality of life. Also, the protection of feet for diabetics is especially important to us. On our website, we will inform you of this particular problem.

DIABETES AND IT EFFECT ON THE FEET

Diabetes can have serious consequences on the “health” of your feet. In this text, you’ll find useful information on how to protect your feet. Special treatment will help you keep your feet working today and in the future. What effect does diabetes have on the feet? NEUROPATHY Affecting nerves in the feet is one of the most common complications with diabetics. Feet can become painful or lose some or a lot of sensitivity. If you can’t feel pain “normally” any more, you may end up hurting yourself without even realizing it. Action: Ask your doctor about any injury.

DIABETIES AND ITS EFFECT ON THE FEET

Diabetes can have serious consequences on the “health” of your feet. In this text, you’ll find useful information on how to protect your feet. Special treatment will help you keep your feet working today and in the future. What effect does diabetes have on the feet?

NEUROPATHY

Affecting nerves in the feet is one of the most common complications with diabetics. Feet can become painful or lose some or a lot of sensitivity. If you can’t feel pain “normally” any more, you may end up hurting yourself without even realizing it. Action: Ask your doctor about any injury.

POOR ARTERY CIRCULATION

Arteriosclerosis is more common with diabetics. This will lead to a reduction in blood and oxygen flow, which will delay the healing of an injury. When blood flow is reduced, the skin and underlying tissues will deteriorate (leading to gangrene).

INFECTION

Diabetic feet have a higher risk of infection, and moreover, will have a harder time healing.

ORTHOPEDIC INSERTS/PROPRIOCEPTIVES

On medical prescription, we will make and mold custom inserts. They are perfectly fitted to your foot. The choice of material and the shape will vary with every prescription. We’ll make sure that these accessories are as thin as possible to provide maximum comfort. Controlling and conforming inserts with shoes goes without saying. Treatments are based both on tradition and innovation: tradition with artisanal expertise and innovation by using new techniques and materials. The development of new techniques and materials and improving upon current techniques and materials has many advantages in orthopedics, to the benefit of patients. Patients are advised in close collaboration with your main doctor. This goes without saying: the best solution will be decided by your doctor. Fitting is done according to the patient’s aesthetic desires will considering the functional orthopedic aspect.

ORTHOPLASTY

Orthoplasty involves orthotics for the toes that are adjustable, custom-made and are meant to treat disfigurations and their consequences. Posture orthoplasty orthotics are designed to reduce disfigurations. ORTHOTICS

Orthotics are a system that compensates for a lacking or deficient function, assists with joint or muscle structure, stabilizes a segment of the body during a phase of rehabilitation or rest. They are distinct from prosthetics, which are meant to replace a missing element. Examples of prefabricated orthotics: Shoe adaptation accessories

Orthopedic accessories placed inside handcrafted shoes help to compensate for disfigured or malformed feet. Even the oblique position or shortening of lower limbs can be corrected. This type of orthopedic correction is very much enjoyed by patients because it involves individual treatment that respects aesthetics. Moreover, it is quite inexpensive.

It is obvious that the possibilities to adapt handcrafted shoes are not without limit. It’s up to doctors to decide what type of treatment is required (custom shoes or adaptation accessories).

We offer the following adaptation accessories:

  • release bars
  • compensation for slight discrepancies in the length of lower limbs
  • sole stabilization
  • pressure relief in certain parts of the sole
  • standing posture correction for static problems
  • shock-absorption systems to treat joint pain when walking
  • modification of shoe heels (sub-calcaneal exostosis)
  • pressure relief in the upper shoe (e.g. high arches, Haglund’s syndrome)


Company info

  • 47.740

  • LU14332838

  • A28679

  • 1990

  • 4 - 4

  • 150 000,00 €