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Pedors launches footwear program

August 10, 2017HME News Staff

ROSWELL, Ga. - Pedors Shoes has introduced a Geriatric Footwear Program that provides PTs and OTs with a discount code they can share with their patients to help offset the cost of therapeutic footwear. Pedors believes the program can help to address Medicare's broken audit system and the emergence of e-commerce, which it says have driven orthotics fitters and pedorthists out of the market and made it harder for patients to find footwear. “The objective of the program is to keep the cost of...

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Arch Comfort finds new home in pharmacy

January 31, 2017HME News Staff

WILKES-BARRE, Pa.  - Arch Comfort, which specializes in therapeutic and corrective footwear, has moved inside Harrold's Pharmacy, according to the local newspaper, The Times-Leader. The owners of Arch Comfort, both certified pedorthists, said the new location will give the company more visibility and allow it to accept more kids of insurances, the newspaper reported. Arch Comfort provides personalized fittings for braces and orthotics, a shoe lab for in-house modifications, a selection of name...

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Dr. Comfort steps out for diabetes

August 14, 2014HME News Staff

MILWAUKEE - Dr. Comfort, a manufacturer of therapeutic footwear, has committed to raising $100,000 in 2014 as a National Team for the American Diabetes Association's Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes. Dr. Comfort's employees, friends, family members, customers and vendors are invited to join the company's corporate team in participating in any of the 110 Step Out events nationwide. Every mile walked and dollar raised supports the ADA's research and advocacy efforts to improve the lives of those affected...

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