Toe Straightener

Toe Spacer

Toe Separators

Toe Caps (gel)

Hammer Toe Cushion

Metatarsal Cushion

Corn Protectors

Callus Protectors

Bunion Regulator

Heel Straights

Heel Cups


People who have diabetes may be entitled to partial or completely free extra depth shoes and foot orthotics designed for at risk conditions associated with diabetes.

  A quick call to member services can tell you what your coverage is, since each policy is different. Compton Orthopedic Service is a provider for the following Primary Plans:

  • Medicare: 800-543-6044
  • Medicaid: 800-522-0310

  

Therapeutic Shoes Through Insurance.

You can stop by our office any time

Monday - Thursday from 9:am - 5:pm

To get a free foot evaluation and your paperwork to take to your next Diabetes Check up with your PCP.

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A diagnosis of diabetes with at least one of the following conditions:

  • History of partial or complete amputation of the foot.
  • History of previous foot ulceration.
  • History of pre-ulcerative callus.
  • Peripheral neuropathy with evidence of callus formation.
  • Foot deformity.
  • Poor Circulation

In Order To Qualify For Therapeutic Shoes You Must Have:

Diabetic Socks

Compression Socks, Stockings & Hosiery.

Shoe Horns

Shoe Polish

Shoe Protector Spray

Anastasia Cream - Diabetic Foot & leg Treatment

Foot Scrub

How To Get Started?