Prosthetic Body Parts/sweating problem


momof2 wrote at 2008-10-23 16:58:28
My husband uses a silver sock. It is paper thin

but man what a differance it makes. He works outside a lot and goes to the gym on a regular basis and it takes a lot for the liner to slide and I mean a lot. Unless your liner is too big a silver sock should work ask your provider about ordering one or look on line. Hope that helps.

MICHELLE wrote at 2013-08-16 16:22:38
I had same issue and was recommend a roll on call Certin Dri. Before everyone jumps all over with negative comments about roll ons or other spray anti-perspirant this is applied at night.

It skrinks your pores.  As it does not cure the sweating it does lessen it.  I am a bit overweight and started to exercise and also bowl weekly and this has help so much.  

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General to detailed questions regarding prosthetics (fit, function, mechanics, pre-op/post-op care). Specifically below knee prosthetics


ABC Certified Prosthetist 2004 Florida State Licensed Prosthetist Certificate of Prosthetics Century College 2003 Prosthetic and Orthotic Technician 1997 Clinic Accounts Manager Novacare OandP 1996 Account Rep@HealthSouth Regional Business Office 1995 BSc Health Service Administration 1995


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