Diabetic Shoes

Bach Medical Supply sells diabetic shoes by Anodyne

Anodyne Diabetic footwear sold at Bach Medical Supply, Springfield Missouri.

An anodyne, by definition, is something that brings you a sense of soothing and comfort. The comfort we desire (and in some cases need) is unique to each of us. We believe that you deserve shoes that will meet your comfort and style needs, and allow you to maintain an active, healthy and productive lifestyle.

Anodyne Diabetic footwear sold at Bach Medical Supply, Springfield Missouri.

In a far too stagnant market of comfort-based footwear, we’re bringing you an unparalleled collection of therapeutic and, at the very same time, refined footwear. At Anodyne, we’ve avoided the commercial vision of quick and easy comfort. Instead, we’ve returned to the fundamental roots of footwear – meticulous design, quality craftsmanship, and rigorous attention to detail. We’re re-inventing the paradigm in comfort, and we want you to experience it firsthand.


Athletic Footwear
Casual Shoes
Dress Shoes
Women’s Classic Heels


How to Purchase Our Shoes

Anodyne Diabetic Shoes can be purchased from Bach Medical Supply in Springfield Missouri.

The cost of Anodyne Diabetic shoes—and custom inserts—may be covered by Medicare and supplementary insurance if diabetic.
You can speak to a Bach Medical Supply Reimbursement specialist to see if you qualify.

Anodyne Diabetic footwear sold at Bach Medical Supply, Springfield Missouri.

A Guide to Insurance Coverage for Diabetic Shoes

All three (3) steps MUST be completed

Step # 1 – PRESCRIPTION – can be by an MD, DO, DPM, PA, NP, or CNS
Insurance requires a prescription be written for Diabetic shoes and Custom Inserts
If custom inserts are not written on the prescription we are required to dispense Heat Moldable insert

Printable RX Form

Step # 2 – Statement of Certifying Physician – MUST be by an MD or DO.

Printable Statement of Certifying Physician

Step # 3 – Office Chart notes
Insurance requires Doctor Office Notes from a Face to Face visit.
The documentation MUST be no older than 6 months from the date the shoes are dispensed
The office notes must include two (2) parts:

The Diabetic Management – MUST be documented by an MD or DO (Not a Nurse Practitioner) and state:

*The patient has diabetes and the doctor is treating the patient under a comprehensive plan of care for their Type I or Type II diabetes and the management was addressed

*The patient’s medical need for the shoes and inserts

The Foot Exam – this documentation can be completed by an MD, DO, DPM, PA, NP, or CNS

*The patient has one or more of the following conditions:

  • Previous amputation of the other foot, or part of either foot
  • History of previous foot ulceration of either foot
  • History of pre-ulcerative calluses of either foot
  • Peripheral neuropathy with evidence of callus formation of either foot
  • Foot deformity of either foot
  • Poor circulation in either foot

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