Footco Orthopedic

★★★★☆

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I've been going to Footco for several years now to get orthoses for my flat feet. The office is rented space in an accupuncture and massage therapy clinic, treating the visitor to calming sounds of East Asian music and the scent of various-flavored incense.

Tim Porcelli has operated Footco for over 20 years. He is a cross between Steve Martin in looks and a 1960's Berkeley anti-big government/anti-corporation protester. But he is totally soft-spoken and has a soothing bedside manner as he probes you with questions to determine how bset to hand-make orthoses that fit your feet. His prices are reasonaable - around $150-300 for a pair when most other places charge upwards of $400 and $700 for shoe inserts. All subsequent adjustments and maintenance of the orthotics are free of charge.

He has also taught at the Scholl School for Podiatry, and in some ways I feel he is more knowledgeable than most medically certified podiatrists.

His hours are reasonably flexible, from 10AM to 6PM most days of the week. He is hard to reach on his cellphone, but he answers his email religiously.

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★★★★☆

I've been going to Footco for several years now to get orthoses for my flat feet. The office is rented space in an accupuncture and massage therapy clinic, treating the visitor to calming sounds of East Asian music and the scent of various-flavored incense.

Tim Porcelli has operated Footco for over 20 years. He is a cross between Steve Martin in looks and a 1960's Berkeley anti-big government/anti-corporation protester. But he is totally soft-spoken and has a soothing bedside manner as he probes you with questions to determine how bset to hand-make orthoses that fit your feet. His prices are reasonaable - around $150-300 for a pair when most other places charge upwards of $400 and $700 for shoe inserts. All subsequent adjustments and maintenance of the orthotics are free of charge.

He has also taught at the Scholl School for Podiatry, and in some ways I feel he is more knowledgeable than most medically certified podiatrists.

His hours are reasonably flexible, from 10AM to 6PM most days of the week. He is hard to reach on his cellphone, but he answers his email religiously.

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