Yes.. I have one for your slippery floors. We have a dog (now a senior) who was born with a congenital CVI issue. While not actually "Wobblers" the symptoms presented like Wobblers and progressed rapidly. He became increasing unstable. His prognosis was very poor.
Still... Long story short: We did everything possible. Surgery, meds, Laser therapy, alternative procedures. After about a year, he was about 90% back to normal. It was not cheap, but it was worth every penny.
His paws, however, were an issue for that year of recovery. On walks he dragged his feet causing damage. In the house (we have waxed Saltillo terra-cotta tile thought the house), he slipped and slid on the slick floors.
Here was our solution: Booties. Specifically Ruffwear boots like these: https://ruffwear.com/products/grip-t...SABEgLzWvD_BwE
They worked very well.
Best to you and your boy
Edit to say: Dogs often look a little clumsy when they first star to wear boots. They get used to it vey quickly.
We also used a ruffwear utility vest with a handle on top. It really helped getting him up, into the car, etc.
Also he has been on Pred or a derivative his entire life. We stoped the Gabapentin early on because is only seemed to exacerbate his symptoms and pain was not really an issue.