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Toll Free: 1-866-331-9876
3750 W. Main Street Suite 3 Park C
Norman, OK 73072
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Our products are delivered and set-up free of charge in your home. We make sure you or a caregiver know how to use your equipment before we leave. Safety is our top priority when it comes to home medical equipment.

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Diabetic Footwear in Norman, Oklahoma City and surrounding areas (We come to you!)

Attractive & Comfortable Diabetic Shoes

Precision Medical, PLLC, formerly of Washington OK, now in Norman and serving the entire Oklahoma City and surrounding area, offers a complete line of orthopedic supplies including diabetic shoes and inserts that are equally functional and flattering. Choose from a myriad of styles and sizes for both men and women.

Personalized Fittings

Call us today for a free, in-home assessment. Our licensed and certified pedorthists assist with all fittings and instruct on proper wear to ensure you find the perfect shoe. Additionally, we offer toe fillers for missing toes and build-ups for leg length discrepancies. All footwear, inserts, and specialty items are tailored to your exact needs. We offer dozens of shoe styles for you to choose from. We do this all in the comfort of your home. 

Black Leather Shoes - Diabetic Shoes

We deliver shoes and inserts to you to ensure a proper fit. All of our orthopedic supplies are backed by replacement warranties for your complete peace of mind. Comfort and satisfaction is our primary goal.


Most insurance companies cover the cost of our shoes and we only bill what the insurance company allows. We also accept private payments. There are no upfront costs and we work with you to create a payment plan that fits within your budget. We assess, deliver and make modifications at no charge.

Contact us at 1-866-331-9876 for flattering diabetic shoes at prices you can afford.

Benefits of Diabetic Shoes

Proper footwear is an important part of an overall treatment program for people with diabetes, even for those in the earliest stages of the disease. If there is any evidence of neuropathy, or lack of sensation, wearing the right footwear is crucial. By working with a physician and a footwear professional, such as a certified pedorthist, many patients can prevent serious diabetic foot complications.

Footwear for people with diabetes should achieve the following objectives:
  • Relieve areas of excessive pressure. Any area where there is excessive pressure on the foot can lead to skin breakdown or ulcers. Footwear should help to relieve these high-pressure areas and therefore reduce the occurrence of related problems.

  • Reduce shock and shear. A reduction in the overall amount of vertical pressure, or shock, on the bottom of the foot is desirable, as well as a reduction of horizontal movement of the foot within the shoe, or shear.

  • Accommodate, stabilize and support deformities. Deformities resulting from conditions such as Charcot involvement, loss of fatty tissue, hammer toes and amputations must be accommodated. Many deformities need to be stabilized to relieve pain and avoid further destruction. In addition, some deformities may need to be controlled or supported to decrease progression of the deformity.

  • Limit motion of joints. Limiting the motion of certain joints in the foot can often decrease inflammation, relieve pain, and result in a more stable and functional foot.

If you are in the early stages of diabetes, and have no history of foot problems or any loss of sensation, a properly fitting shoe made of soft materials with a shock absorbing sole may be all that you need. It is also important for patients to learn how to select the right type of shoe in the right size, so that future problems can be prevented. The excessive pressure and friction from the wrong kind of shoes or from poorly fitting shoes can lead to blisters, calluses and ulcers, not only in the insensitive foot but also in feet with no evidence of neuropathy.

It is highly recommended that shoe fitting for patients with any loss of sensation be done by a professionally trained board-certified pedorthist. People with insensitive feet tend to purchase a shoe that is too tight because the size that feels right is often too small.

Taking good care of your feet means making sure you have the right foot wear. Whether you have been recently diagnosed or have had diabetes for many years, proper footwear can help prevent serious foot problems. Be sure to talk to your physician about the type of shoes, modifications and orthoses that are right for you.