Welcome To Erra Surgical Supplies – -We Specialize in Diabetic Shoes, Orthopedic Shoes and inserts. Our Staff are here to assist in any which way we can with your needs. We accept medicare please stop, give us a call or contact us when you need further assistance.
Allow us a moment to show you what Diabetic Orthopedic Shoes are and how they can benefit you.
Breathable Upper: The upper front of the shoe is made of Lycra material which make the shoes breathable. The Ventilation allows for normal body cooling and reduces the hot damp atmosphere which may contribute towards the developement of fungus and bacteria.
Rocker Bottom: The head and the toe are slightly curved forcing the foot to walk properly. The rocker bottom coupled with the ridged shank, aid in re-aligning ground forces and ecncourage a normal gait and aid in maintaining a neutral position.
Rigid Shank: The Bottom of the shoe has rigid shank, with the help of the “rocker bottom” forces the foot to walk properly, with the proper weight and support on the bottom of the foot.
Seamless Construction for Reduced Abrasion: The inside of the shoe is finished without high, irritating seams. Seams that rub against the diabetic foot can cause irritation, causing blisters, calluses and infection.
Lightweight: The balance of the shoes and construction materials make this shoe that protects the foot and provides comfort. The biochemical design redistributes the ground reaction forces. This Shoe Can comfortably be warn all day.
Meets The Therapeutic Shoe Bill: The Therapeutic shoe bill is very specific. Not all shoes fit the bill. Our shoes meet and exceed the requirement of the therapeutic shoe bill providing not only an orthopedic shoe which can be used for a diabetic, but a diabetic shoe designed for the diabetic. The difference is noticed by patients.
Large Range of Sizes and Widths: With fittings so important to the safety of the diabetic foot, we maintain a large range with full widths and fitting from 4-14 and in all half sizes.
We also Offer other Products as Well here are a list of some of the ones we offer
4228 Broadway Avenue (between 179th and 180th Street)
New York, NY 10033
You can reach us by subways
A Train You can Get off at either the 175th street (George Washington Bridge)
Use The 177thstreet /GWB Exit
Alternatively you can also get off at the 181st street station
1 Train Get off at 181st street station
This will leave you at St Nicholas Avenue and 181st street Which is four short blocks away from us.
For more Bus Routes Please Visit this page to help you find the best route to us.