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Shoe Types and Recommendations

Each of the shoe categories represent different shoe stylings for your specific footwear needs. Whether your shoe selection is based on your participation in sport activities including walking, or running or a dress shoe appropriate for your work-place environment, these shoes will be supportive of your foot and ankle healthcare needs.

All of these shoes within the specific shoe categories will be a helpful tools in the care of your specific foot and ankle problem as recommended by San Luis Podiatry Group.

 

Women's Shoes

  • Shoe Type - Dress Casual
    Dress/Casual

    Taking an understated approach can give you the right look while adding additional comfort compared to a strictly “dress” shoe.

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  • Shoe Type - Athletic
    Athletic

    Whether walking or running, the right amount of support and cushioning goes a long way. Most high quality shoes utilize different densities of foam to support the foot through the gait cycle. Rigid but comfortable heel counters and torsional stability make these supportive recommendations the …

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  • Shoe Type - Clog
    Clogs

    The unique open-back design of a clog will lend comfort to your feet in so many ways.  Achilles problems are not touched by this footwear with a backless design.

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  • Shoe Type - Sandal
    Sandals

    When the heat is on, you’re looking to cool down.  An open sandal allows the foot to breathe and possibly alleviate swelling of the foot due to higher temperatures and lack of breathability compared to most shoes.

    When you need a fully customized fit with a removable footbed, …

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    Rocker Soles

    "Rocker" soled shoes have an eliptical shape to the bottom of the shoe.  This unique style promotes a "rocking" or rolling motion from heel to toe.

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    Diabetic ( HCPCS Code A5500)

    Specifically chosen by our diabetic care professionals.  This footwear contains extra depth insoles perfect for modification or completely removable for a custom accommodative orthosis.

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Men's Shoes

  • Dress - Men
    Dress

    When you want to look your best for work or an important evening, dressing to impress is the order of the day.  Getting that perfect look while also having the right support can be an elusive pair of shoes to find.  Our recommended dress shoes have more torsional stability and overall …

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  • Dress Casual - Men
    Casual

    Taking an understated approach can give you the right look while adding additional comfort compared to a strictly “dress” shoe.

    Read More »
     
     
  • Athletic - Men
    Athletic

    Whether walking or running, the right amount of support and cushioning goes a long way. Most high quality shoes utilize different densities of foam to support the foot through the gait cycle. Rigid but comfortable heel counters and torsional stability make these supportive recommendations the …

    Read More »
     
     
  • Clogs - Men
    Clogs

    The unique open-back design of a clog will lend comfort to your feet in so many ways.  Achilles problems are not touched by this footwear with a backless design.

    Read More »
     
     
  • Sandals - Men
    Sandals

    When the heat is on, you’re looking to cool down.  An open sandal allows the foot to breathe and possibly alleviate swelling of the foot due to higher temperatures and lack of breathability compared to most shoes.

    When you need a fully customized fit with a removable footbed, …

    Read More »
     
     
  • Image alternate description
    Diabetic ( HCPCS Code A5500)

    Specifically chosen by our diabetic care professionals.  This footwear contains extra depth insoles perfect for modification or completely removable for a custom accommodative orthosis.

    Read More »