Leipzig is particularly suited for the following groups and wound
stages of diabetic foot syndrome.
Risk group A: Condition after plantar ulcer
Grade: Condition after lesion
Risk group B: Severe lesion
Grade: Superficial wood
Wounds up to tendon, plantar ulcer at the forefoot area
Partial necrosis at the forefoot area, condition after toe
Partial forefoot amputation, e.g. condition that single toe
removals but the metatarsophalangeal joint of the big toe preserved
The asymmetric diabetic shoe Leipzig is available in a Normal and
Leipzig has a 30 mm thick, rigid and extra strong rocker sole with
pitch. The rigid sole prevents flexion of the metatarsophalangeal
joints and ensures stability and immobility for the patient's foot.
This is how wound is relieved and the wound's healing in an optimal
Inside the shoe you will find three 5 mm insoles made of EVA. The
top insole is antimicrobial, and you can also place the prescribed
Leipzig provides much space for bandages and other specific demands
thanks to the hook and loop d-ring.