Shoes play critical role in orthotic outcomes

11/19/2012 | O&P Almanac (Adobe Flash required)

Appropriate shoes are vital for successful orthotic intervention, yet they receive too little attention, primarily because they lack insurance reimbursement, according to experts. Clinicians need to take into account materials, construction and size when treating specific foot conditions. "If you don’t have the right shoe, nothing else, including the body, can function properly," said pedorthist Dennis Janisse.

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