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Hi. My mother has foot drop from nerve damage due

Hi. My mother has foot drop from nerve damage due to hip replacement and below knee has lost all muscle tissue. She has dementia and is now wheel chair bound. Can you recommend a high top shoe to keep from getting worse? We have the brace but her leg swells from ed edema.
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Thu, 27 Sep 2018
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