It is estimated roughly 30 million Americans suffer from diabetes and 60 to 70% of diabetics suffer from neuropathy, characterized as nerve damage and loss of sensation or feeling. Because of this, diabetic's feet are significantly more susceptible to skin changes, infections, calluses and ulcerations which can lead to amputations.
In 1998, Congress passed the Diabetic Therapeutic Shoe Bill, which made it possible to provide depth shoes and custom inserts, funded by Medicare, to patients with diabetes.
Custom fitted diabetic footwear is designed to prevent shearing, establish total contact with the bottom of the foot and maintain a greater depth helping reduce risk of amputations.
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