Are you diagnosed with diabetes? Come in for a free foot assessment.

Foot care for Diabetics testimonial: Hawley Lane ShoesPoorly controlled blood sugar can damage many parts of the body, including the nerves and vessels that go to the feet. Because of this, people with diabetes have an increased risk of developing foot problems. Wearing specially designed shoes can help reduce risk and promote healthy circulation in your feet. Regular shoes often cause pressure in the forefoot area or the back of the shoe as they are often constructed from firm materials and in a way that might irritate bunions, the toes, or back of the heel. Extra depth design that provides a pressure-free fit and can accommodate thick orthotic inserts.

Hawley Lane Shoes has a number of on-site Certified Pedorthists and Therapeutic Shoe Fitters.

What is a Pedorthist?

A pedorthist is a licensed professional specializing in the biomechanics of the foot.

Benefits of Seeing a Pedorthist

  • A pedorthist can evaluate a wide variety of foot problems including diabetes and ensure the customer is fit with the proper footwear
  • A pedorthist can fit both footwear and related devices that can help to ease pain caused by disease and other foot pathologies and enhancing overall performance
  • A pedorthist provides personal customized care for patients with optimal term maintenance of foot health

Customer Testimonials

“Have spent the last few days enjoying these 4 new pairs of shoes -along with foot zen socks-from Norwalk Ct location Hawley Lane shoes that I have truly found to be comfortable, therapeutic, fashionable and fun (great combo)!

As a health coach and wellness consultant, I really value the education/customer service I received about my including proper size, unique differences of each foot, concerns I expressed with appropriate product recommendations that considered my lifestyle and preferences”

-Nancy Ferriello MS RDN CDN, Wellness Coach


For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our Certified Pedorthists, call the number below.

Pedorthic Department
(203) 712-1341