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Q & A

Let us try to answer some of those questions you might have or hear all the time. 

What Could Cause my Feet to Hurt?

These are some of the most common reasons we see pain in the heels.

  • Heel spurs, a buildup of calcium at the bottom of your heel bone.

  • Ill-fitting shoes

  • Overweight.

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Sports and non supportive shoes 

  • Overpronation, meaning your foot bends in too far when you walk.

  • Achilles tendinitis

  • and many other things.

Do you accept Insurance?

Yes. For a full list of insurances, please visit our insurance page

What are Diabetic Shoes?

Diabetic Shoes are designed to cushion while providing superior ankle, arch, and heel support, and evenly distributing body weight across the foot to avoid painful pressure points. These shoes are designed to protect the diabetic foot. 


Did you know Medicare will cover one pair of Diabetic shoes and 3 pairs of diabetic inserts per calendar year?

Do you accept self pay patients?

Of course! Our services do vary so please give us a call for an accurate quote.

What is Plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis causes pain in the heel, the plantar fascia is a ligament on the bottom of the foot that serves to help support the arch.

Why don't my shoes fit? Nothing has changed other than getting pregnant!

With age and health changes, like pregnancy, our foot size can sometimes change.

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Michele Selsor, DPM