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Custom made shoes by custom shoe maker of bespoke shoes, custom orthopedic shoes. Custom shoemaker with custom shoe designs for men's shoes, women's shoes, theatrical shoes, corrective shoes. Grisha's custom shoes. Custom Made Shoes, Custom Shoe Maker, Shoemaker, Orthopedic Shoes, Custom Shoe Designs, Bespoke Shoes: Grisha's Custom Shoes.
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The shoes collection was designed for prophylactic and corrective purposes. It is recommended for children with diagnosed flat feet and for healthy children, to prevent this condition. Each shoe was designed after researching treatment methods and prevention of flat feet. It was done in cooperation with physicians from the European Union and orthopedic specialists from Poland. Final product is...
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Natural hoofcare to promote healthy barefoot hooves and rehabilitation of hoof conditions. Due to the poor hoofcare of most of our domestic horses and a lack of a natural lifestyle (stall-keeping), shoeing has become a "necessity". The hooves become too weak to stand up to day to day wear and...
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Natural hoofcare to promote healthy barefoot hooves and rehabilitation of hoof conditions. Due to the poor hoofcare of most of our domestic horses and a lack of a natural lifestyle (stall-keeping), shoeing has become a "necessity". The hooves become too weak to stand up to day to day wear and...
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Foot Doctor orthotics are a corrective insole designed to restore normal foot motion and function. Using a proprietary computerized evaluation system, Foot Doctor takes seconds to evaluate the mechanics of a foot-in-motion and determine the appropriate corrective orthotic for you. Foot Doctor...
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Perhaps it was the fact her corrective shoes didn't match her party dresses growing up in Palm Beach, that inspired Sarah Mettler to become a shoe designer, but regardless, the girl was focused! She was further convinced after classes at Parsons in Paris and New York, and working in master cobbler Roger Vivier's Madison Avenue store. On Mr Vivier's advice she applied to shoe pattern making...
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