Diabetic Shoes & Inserts

If you are experiencing complications with your feet due to diabetes, you are not alone. Over 30 million people in the United States are impacted by diabetes and a large percentage of them experience medical issues with their feet. Complications can include nerve damage, loss of feeling and poor circulation, skin changes, calluses, and foot ulcers, and they can present significant challenges to proper care.

Custom inserts and special shoes can be prescribed to take pressure off specific areas of your foot where you struggle to heal and help prevent painful pressure points, blisters, and sores from developing. They are made to fit your feet and are fabricated from breathable materials designed to cushion while providing extra support to the ankle, arch, and heel.

Diabetic Footwear

When your feet have a loss of protective sensation, the shoes and inserts you wear can either help you to live a healthy and productive life, or can contribute to repeated open sores that may gradually lead to amputation. No single type or style of shoe is appropriate for everyone and wearing the right type of shoes is important for keeping your feet healthy. 

Prescriptions & Proper Documentation

Writing an accurate prescription for Diabetic Shoes & Inserts comes from the referring physician.  Specific documentation must also exist in your medical record from a recent visit with that referring physician for your insurance to consider coverage. 

Wear & Care Guides

Taking care of your feet is an important part of your diabetic care program. Our quick care guide has wear and care instructions along with tips to keep your feet healthy.