Insurance May Cover Your Shoes
Taking care of your feet needs to be one of your top priorities if you are living with diabetes.
The good news is that most insurance plans cover one pair of diabetic shoes per year.
Shoes that are made for diabetic feet have defensive properties built in to help protect you and your feet. They come in several styles, so you can have different styles for different occasions as well.
Diabetic Shoe Difference
Dr. Comfort shoes are specifically designed for diabetics because they are:
- Wider in the toe box allowing your toes to move around and prevents potential cuts or blisters.
- Form fitted to your feet. Custom shoes mean a better fit and less chance of injuries.
- Stabilizing, which helps protects patient with neuropathy that have a greater chance of bumps, scrapes and falls.
- Helpful in preventing diabetic foot ulcers. The less cuts and abrasions you have, the less risk of amputation you have.
As a diabetic, the best way to protect your feet is to wear shoes at all times.
Remember to take the proper steps for your foot care. Check your feet daily and keep your yearly appointment checkups. Take the right steps towards healthier feet.
If you are experiencing foot pain, call our office or make an online appointment
Accepted Insurance Providers
There may be providers, plans and coverage not included on this list. We will help you with navigating the options for coverage and costs. We also accept HSA, Flex accounts, Care Credit and prompt pay pricing for treatment at the clinic and surgical procedures. We do not accept Medicaid plans at this time. Visit our New Patient page for more details.
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