Diabetic Shoes

If you have diabetes, it is important to care of your feet and wear proper shoes. Fortunately, Medicare and most insurance plans cover one pair of diabetic shoes each year. Diabetic shoes help protect your feet and reduce the risks of diabetic ulcers and amputations.

If you have diabetes, you may be eligible for diabetic shoes. Read more about Medicare’s diabetic shoe program.

If you have questions about diabetic foot care or the diabetic shoe program, call (425) 455-0936 to schedule an appointment.  You may also schedule an appointment online.

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