Diabetic Shoe FAQ
How Much Do Diabetic Shoe Cost?
Typically through insurance, no cost! Medicare and most insurance companies will pay for one pair of diabetic shoes and three custom molded inserts per calendar year. On January 1st of every year, you will be eligible for another pair of shoes. If out of pocket (Cash or Credit) shoes range between $139-$175 depending on the shoe (boots are more expensive).
I Have Private Insurance, Will My Insurance Cover The Cost?
That's a loaded question (Sorry)! Hopefully, but its best to call and talk with one of our billing experts at: (612) 334-3159.
My Feet Are Wider Than Most. Can You Help Me?
100% Yes! We have carry multiple manufactures (Apex, Anodyne, Dr.Comfort & OrthoFeet) that have extra wide shoes available.
Do You Measure My Feet For These Shoes?
Yes, we have team of experts at our store in Downtown Minneapolis or outside fitters that visit houses or other locations so we can fit you properly. Schedule a fitting today by calling (612) 334-3159.
How Can I Get A Prescription For Diabetic Shoes?
Please click the link here and print the online prescription and send or visit your primary doctor and have them fill the Rx out.
Are Diabetic Socks Covered?
Unfortunately, no. However, we have the best deals anyplace online! Click Here to view our diabetic socks.
Can I Sample The Shoes?
YES! We have every single shoe available in our store location at:
154 Cobblestone Ln.
Burnsville, MN 55337
Or contact us at (612) 334-3159 and we will send out a free diabetic shoe catalog.
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