Have You Met Your Deductible?

Have you put off anything related to your foot health until you’ve met your health insurance deductible?

Understandably, many people do this. Deductibles have gotten outrageously high. Ugh!

The 4th Quarter of the year is busier than usual around here because many people have met their deductible.

We’ve already heard some people mention how meeting their deductible has motivated them to finally get a foot condition addressed.

For some it will take longer to get back to 100% because of how long the condition has persisted. Allowing foot pain to last isn’t ideal, but we realize that’s just what many people do.

So, here’s the thing…

You’ve worked hard to earn your insurance benefits. Utilizing these benefits to your advantage when needed is the wise approach.

If you have a new or lingering foot concern, now is the time to have us help you get rid of it.

Healthier feet and a healthier pocketbook are both possible when you wisely use a benefit you work hard for.

In addition, your HSA dollars can also be used toward services like custom orthotics.

Our friendly team members are always standing by to serve you.

To Healthy Feet,

Dr. Betschart
844-375-7622
https://www.facebook.com/advancedfootandanklecenterct/

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