DIABETIC SHOES & CUSTOM ORTHOTICS
Offering Diabetic Shoes and Inserts for Medicare and PPO Patients in Orange County. We have a huge selection of shoes to choose from in every style! Medicare will cover the cost of a pair of Diabetic Shoes and three pairs of Diabetic Inserts for people with Diabetes in many cases.
We are Uniquely Trained and Certified
Our Physicians dispense Medicare covered Diabetic Shoes and Inserts from our offices. You will not need to go to any other facility and our Staff will take care of all of the required insurance paperwork. It really is that simple. Just call and make an appointment to be fitted for Diabetic Shoes and Inserts using your Medicare or PPO Insurance and we will take care of the rest. We have over 1,000 shoes to choose from in every style. This includes shoes from: New Balance, SAS, Dr. Comfort, Brooks, Wolverine, Hush Puppies, Rockport and more!
Covered by your Medicare or PPO insurance!
Visit our office and review our selection for the best fit for your lifestyle. Our Diabetic Shoes come with special protective inserts and are made of soft shoe materials to accommodate for conditions such as neuropathy (numb feet), poor circulation, and foot deformities (bunions, hammertoes, etc.). The shoes decrease the chance of foot sores (ulcers) which can be caused by friction and pressure. This may lead to infection, gangrene, or even amputation. If you have a foot deformity or a partial foot amputation we can custom make inserts to fit you!
Our Physicians and Staff will discuss all of the Diabetic Shoe and Insert options with you and answer all of your questions during your appointment! Our goal is to prevent ulcers, sores, blisters and infections that can lead to hospitalizations and amputations. Call us today for an appointment!
Our two offices in Orange County provide the finest quality therapeutic footwear available. You are fitted with custom shoes and heat molded inserts. The footwear is custom fit to your foot type and size. Heat molded inserts provide an overall comfort with walking and exercise. Proper shoes can prevent unnecessary diabetic complications.
For more information on how diabetes affects your feet, contact the office at 714-888-6860.