2. Insurance providers require that the shoes and inserts be fitted and provided by a doctor, pedorthist or another qualified individual. Bring your prescription or form into Foot Solutions and get ready for some comfortable, new shoes!
Properly fitting shoes and insoles should reduce pain and make you more comfortable, as well as help prevent future problems. Benefits can cover up to 80% of the cost, while secondary insurance will often cover the remainder.
If you qualify, you could have a new pair of shoes and inserts without any out-of-pocket expense!
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fitting analysis and see if you're qualified for insurance diabetic footwear benefits.
We accept most insurance providers for a diabetic therapeutic shoe benefit that helps pay for one pair of extra-depth shoes and up to three pairs of custom molded inserts per year. The benefit is designed to help those with diabetes access properly fitting footwear in order to decrease their risks for diabetic foot complications and amputations.
1. Visit your doctor and request a prescription for shoes and inserts. Download this form
and have your doctor fill it out.