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Proper footwear is an important part of an overall treatment program for people with diabetes or foot deformities, even for those in the earliest stages of the disease. If there is any evidence of neuropathy, or lack of sensation, wearing the right footwear is crucial. By working with their physician and a footwear professional, such as a certified pedorthist, many patients can prevent serious diabetic foot complications.
The Centers for Disease Control has estimated that 82,000 lower limb amputations due to diabetes occur annualy (2003 figures). Experts agree that most would have been preventable with an appropriate foot care program including footwear that is properly fit to the patient.
Accommodate, stabilize and support deformities. Deformities resulting from conditions such as charcot involvement, loss of fatty tissue, hammer toes and amputations must be accommodated. Many deformities need to be stabilized to relieve pain and avoid further destruction. In addition, some deformities may need to be controlled or supported to decrease progression of the deformity shoes.
If you are in the early stages of diabetes, and have no history of foot problems or any loss of sensation, a properly fitting shoe made of soft materials with a shock absorbing sole may be all that you need. It is also important for patients to learn how to select the right type of shoe in the right size, so that future problems can be prevented. Teh excessive pressure and friction from the wrong kid of shoes or from poorly fitting shoes can lead to blisters, calluses and ulcers, not only in the insensitive foot, but also in feet with no evidence of neuropathy. It is highly recommended that shoe fitting for patients with any loss of sensation be done by a professionally trained Board Certified Pedorthist. People with insensitive feet tend t to purchase a shoe that is too tight' the size that "feels" right is often too small.
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Glasgow Walker
Price: $125.00
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Upper hand-made with highest grade full grain or calf leather for the dressy look and luxurious feel. Fully leather-lined to provide best breathability and comfort for your feet. Lightweight, slim profile, bi-density polyurethane unitsole for shock absorption, traction, and durable wear. Medicare Approved A5500.
A quality trainer for the diabetic foot on the move. Specifically lasted in sizes for either Men or Women. The Right Choice for Reliable, Comfortable Diabetic Footwear. Breathable, flexible full grain leather upper. Completely seamless interior with soft padding and breathable pique fabric interior. Lining fabric upper wicks away moisture and minimizes heat build up. Removable insole to accommodate custom orthotics. Includes premium tri-layer removable insole-two durometer polyurethane mold retains compression set and adds cushioning, shock blocker heel cushion.
Leather Uppers; Extended firm heel counter; Stretchable Vamp; Bunion/Bunionette Flex Area Orthofeet stretchable shoe is designed for patients, who need extra protection, but do not want to compromise on styling. Seamless, breathable lining. Cushioning sole, made of light weight polyurethane foam. Constructed on an anatomical last, with extra width across the midfoot and toe-box. Made of soft genuine black Nappa leather.
Soft genuine leather. Foam padded upper with extra foam padding in the tongue and collar. breathable, protective lining
constructed on an anatomical last, with extra width across the midfoot and toe-box. 1/2" heel height (the difference between heel and forefoot). Two removable spacers in 2mm and 3mm thick are included.

Unique design combines suede leather and spandex, which is both elastic and breathable. It stretches to conform to the contours of the foot, accommodating foot deformities, and eliminating pressure on diabetic feet with lesions, poor circulation, and edema. Additionally, the breathable spandex along with an open cell foam lining keep the foot dry by providing excellent ventilation.

Foam padded upper with extra foam padding in the tongue and collar. Breathable, protective lining. Constructed on an anatomical last, with extra width across the midfoot and toe-box. Finally, A therapeutic shoe, that looks as great as it feels...Orthofeet shoes and orthotics meet Medicare's requirements for the Diabetic Shoe Bill
Unique design combines suede leather and spandex, which is both elastic and breathable. It stretches to conform to the contours of the foot, accommodating foot deformities, and eliminating pressure on diabetic feet with lesions, poor circulation, and edema. Additionally, the breathable spandex along with an open cell foam lining keep the foot dry by providing excellent ventilation.
Hoopoe Men's - Jimmy
Price: $125.00
Cliff Hanger
Price: $125.00
Feather light casual shoe in extra wide width.
Soft uppers with padded collar and laced closure provides comfortable fit.
All leather lining with padded removable insoles.
Medicare/ HCPCS code = A5500 Diabetic shoe.
Weather resistent suede or full grain smooth leather upper. Rust-proof speed lacing system. Sealtex waterproof lining. Rubber outsole with hiking tread design. Medicare Approved A5500.
Tumbled grain leather upper. Adjustable hook and loop closures. Removable EVA insole. EVA Midsole with herring bone treat rubber sole. Medicare Covered Leather upper. Removable EVA insole. Eva midsole with herring bone tread rubber sole. Rocker profile design. Medicare Approved A5500
Full-grain perforated leather or nubuck upper with brushed nylon lining
Speed lacing closure system with padded collar and tongue
Rigid heel counter with removable PU footbed
Arch supporting EVA midsole with rubber outsole for durable wear and traction
Slip resistance test results: 0.95 dry vinyl tile and 0.88 wet vinyl tile

Leather upper. Adjustable hook-and-loop closures. Removable EVA insole. EVA midsole with herring obne tread rubber sole. Medicare Approved
Propet Men's - Vista
Price: $125.00
Full, rounded toe box for extra-volume fitting and comfort. Removable EVA footbed. Vented upper designed for breathability. Medicare approved A5500 Stitched down construction for flexibility and easy customization. Leather lining. Metal eyelet for easy lacing. Thick PU unitsole for added support and comfort. Medicare Approved A5500
Full, rounded toe box for extra-volume fitting and comfort. Removable EVA footbed. Twin hook-and-loop fastening system for custom fit. Vented upper designed for breathability. Medicare Approved A5500 Stitched down construction for flexibility and easy customization. Thick PU unitsole for added support and comfort. Metal eyelet for easy lacing. Leather lining. Medicare Approved A5500
Stiched down construction for flexibility and easy customization. Moc-toe construction provides extra volume. Leather lined. Thick PU unitsole for added support and comfort. Medicare approved A5500
Weather resistant full-grain leather upper with speed lacing closure
Rigid heel counter with removable footbed
Sealtex® waterproof bootie construction keeps moisture out
Lightweight, cushioned EVA midsole with high traction rubber outsol
Medicare approved, A5500 coded
   
 
Here are some tips on selecting your diabetic shoe:
  • Your diabetic shoe should have a high and wide toe box to prevent chafing and pinching that can harm toes.
  • Your diabetic shoe should fit well. A diabetic shoe with adjustable closures-like Hook-and-Loop-often provide the best fit, since you can make the fit larger or smaller as needed.
  • Remember to do your shopping for a diabetic shoe in the afternoon. If you buy a diabetic shoe in the morning, and your feet sweel up-as most do- in the afternoon, then your diabetic show will feel too tight.
  • Your diabetic shoe should protect your feet
  • Diabetics are at a great risk of developing blisters, bleeding and lesions between toes, so your diabetic shoe should be extra protective.
  • A diabetic shoe that is "seamless" will also take into the fact that your feet are extra sensitive.
  • Your diabetic shoe should have conforming removable insoles to give you extra support. You want removable insoles in your diabetic shoe so you can take them in or out as needed if you want a particular fit.

 

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