Results for: "Shoe Repairs" in "cape-town, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

72 Regent Rd

Regent Plce

Regent Rd

Sea Point

8060

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.919334

18.385952

73 Loop St

Loop St

Cape Town

8001

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.92148

18.41934

155 Kloof St

Kloof St

Cape Town

8001

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.9348161

18.4070718

30 London Rd

London Rd

Cape Town

7925

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.92882

18.46415

6A Albert Rd

Albert Rd

Woodstock

7915

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.928374

18.459521

Orthopaedic shoe repairs

People living with certain orthopaedic medical conditions might require special orthopaedic appliances and footwear for them to be able to do certain things. Living with orthopaedic conditions can be a big challenge because the medical condition affects a person’s day to day life. Medical centres have orthopaedic divisions that are designed to help treat people with orthopaedic medical conditions. 

Orthopaedic medical condition can develop because of an accident, the orthopaedic medical condition can be either curable or not. If the orthopaedic medical conditions are incurable orthopaedic specialists try and find ways to help a patient live with these conditions. Orthopaedic shoes are some of the orthopaedic supplies that are used by patients. Orthopaedic footwear is quite different from the shoes that are worn by people without orthopaedic conditions, these shoes cannot be found in retail stores because they are custom made for a patient. 

The orthopaedic footwear fall in the category of health shoes, before a cobbler or a shoe maker goes on to make a shoes for a patient he or she has to take measurements to help in the shoe making process. Orthopaedic shoe repairs are done by cobblers; cobblers are people that have acquired knowledge on how to mend shoes. Orthopaedic shoe repairs are different from normal shoes. Orthopaedist refer their patients to special cobblers for both orthopaedic shoe repairs and shoe making. 

Orthopaedic shoe repairs

People living with certain orthopaedic medical conditions might require special orthopaedic appliances and footwear for them to be able to do certain things. Living with orthopaedic conditions can be a big challenge because the medical condition affects a person’s day to day life. Medical centres have orthopaedic divisions that are designed to help treat people with orthopaedic medical conditions. 

Orthopaedic medical condition can develop because of an accident, the orthopaedic medical condition can be either curable or not. If the orthopaedic medical conditions are incurable orthopaedic specialists try and find ways to help a patient live with these conditions. Orthopaedic shoes are some of the orthopaedic supplies that are used by patients. Orthopaedic footwear is quite different from the shoes that are worn by people without orthopaedic conditions, these shoes cannot be found in retail stores because they are custom made for a patient. 

The orthopaedic footwear fall in the category of health shoes, before a cobbler or a shoe maker goes on to make a shoes for a patient he or she has to take measurements to help in the shoe making process. Orthopaedic shoe repairs are done by cobblers; cobblers are people that have acquired knowledge on how to mend shoes. Orthopaedic shoe repairs are different from normal shoes. Orthopaedist refer their patients to special cobblers for both orthopaedic shoe repairs and shoe making. 
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