Medicare approved refers to any type of services or products that meet the health standards and guidelines stipulated by the federal health insurance program or Medicare. Footwear certified as a Medicare approved may feature, but is not limited to, soft uppers that conform to feet's contour, padded tongues and collars, and well-cushioned and flexible midsoles for better shock absorption with an extra-depth design that offers a loose fit and freedom for toe movement.
About Therapeutic Shoes:
Therapeutic shoes are designed to be beneficial to the body by reducing pain. Therapeutic shoes may feature wide widths, high depths, or additional padding to provide comfort to the wearer.
Orthofeet 581 Worth the money!!
March 19, 2013
Reviewer: OE from Orlando, FL
For decades I have been had a foot problem called "supination", which simply means that I walk on the outsides of my feet. Over a period of time, foot and knee problems can develop. By using special inserts along with the Orthofeet boots, my foot problem has greatly improved!! These boots are the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned. The thick cushioning material of the boot combined with the wide toe box make my feet and knees very happy. I will definitely order another pair when these wear out!!
Wears this shoe: Every day to work.
Orthofeet 420 Great Comfortable Shoe
March 18, 2013
Reviewer: Roger from Lexington, Ky
This shoe supports a heavy man better than any other shoe I've ever worn. Medium size fit my fairly wide feet better than wide.Highly recommend.
Wears this shoe: Every day
Orthofeet 481 ugly but comfortable
March 18, 2013
Reviewer: John from El Segundo,Ca.
These look like fred munster shoe or frankinstein wore them maybe.But that said really comforable would recomend them to anyone who has wide feet. Very light shoe Very happy with them
Wears this shoe: work
Orthofeet 861 comfort
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: kat from Brookings, OR
I have high arches so was looking for a shoe that had good arch support. These are to be worn while traveling and walking on cobblestones. That is a true test. Have been wearing these shoes every day and they are very comfortable and not at all "ortho" looking.
Wears this shoe: everywhere
Orthofeet 641 Love these
March 05, 2013
Reviewer: John from Boston Ma
I have arthritis in my left foot and most shoes push on the top of the foot causing pain. I found these do not ans are very comfortable.
Wears this shoe: walking to and from work & weekends
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