Did you know your Insurance covers shoes for Qualifying Diabetics?
This is determined by your Physician. Patients MUST have at least ONE:
- 1. History of partial or complete amputation of the foot.
- 2. History of previous foot ulcerations.
- 3. History of pre-ulcerative callus.
- 4. Peripheral neuropathy with evidence of callus formation.
- 5. Foot deformity.
- 6. Poor Circulation.
**Diabetic shoes are very important to the health of your Diabetic feet. An improperly fit shoe can lead to many health problems like bunions, calluses, and ulcerations. There are many types and styles of diabetic shoes which can protect your feet while matching your lifestyle.**