YDA - High Performance Footwear
Your Daily Activity - YDA
Exceptional Italian therapeutic footwear fast becoming the shoes recommended by many of the top orthopaedic surgeons and podiatrists.
YDA heel support has a stuffed and comforting inside structure which protects the heel from injury, gently stabilizing it during movement.
YDA Rocker sole
The YDA sole boats an innovative Rocker design to ensure movement control. The Spring System technology ensures biomechanical control with every step. The YDA ROCKER sole is made of ultra-light shock-absorbing E.V.A. with stabilizing non-slip rubber pads. Every step is a wonderful sensory experience. Spring System is a synthetic fibre enabling propulsion. It works through an internal insert which induces a mechanical bending action with each step. SPRING SYSTEM reduces impact pressure, enhances performance, stimulates self-awareness activity inducing a longer stride, and re-activates the gluteus medius muscle and microcirculation activity.
YDA shoes have a semi-elastic rapid lace lock system with a buckle cord clip. This allows continuous adjustment to the foot ensuring maximum comfort during your daily activities.
Padded, comfortable, seamless, envelops the foot in a protective cushioned sheath.
Soft removable plantar insole
YDA removable sole bottoms reduce impact pressure as the foot lands on the ground and also reduce foot and leg fatigue thereby enhancing performance.
The Biogelly System relies on a special technology which entails the injection of a revolutionary 'shock-absorbing' material in the rear portion of YDA midsoles. Biogelly absorbs vertical stress on the heel while walking, re-distributing it across the Spring system. The result is decreased fatigue and an extraordinary feeling of wellness.
YDA shoes are recommended but not limited to the following conditions:
- Diabetic Foot Ulcer prevention, and other common forefoot diseases.
- Recommended for Diabetics type 1 and type 2 for people with foot at no risk, at risk (neuropathy and or vasculopathy) and at high risk (neuropathy and/or vasculopathy + minor deformity) (IWGDF 2015).
- Those that suffer from Hallux valgus, Hallux Rigidus & Hallux Limitus,
- Restricted range of movement of the forefoot.
- Fractures of the metatarsal bones where support is needed
- Habitual toe walkers
- Patients who wear orthotics and require additional support
- Painful feet and Plantar fasciitis, Ligament injuries of the forefoot,
- Post-surgical operations, where extra support is needed,
- Toe amputations.
- Patient with Osteoarthritis
- Rheumatoid arthritis