Foot Levelers set company sales records at the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) National convention this past weekend in Orlando. Foot Levelers offered its full line of customfunctional orthotics and its new line of custom orthotic flip-flops, as well as its innovative 3D BodyView imaging system.
“There was an unbelievable response to our booths, speakers and products,” said Foot Levelers Senior Vice President Dawn Galbraith. “From our brand new Bling custom orthotic flip-flop, to the XP3 functional orthotic, to our Billing and Coding manual, attendees were very enthusiastic about the products and services they know will make a positive difference in their practices.”
The record-setting weekend was thanks in large part to the company’s new line of custom orthotic flip-flops. Introduced at the three-day event was the newest flip-flop, Bling. Bling joins Seabreeze, Midnight Breeze, and Catamaran in the company’s line of custom orthotic flip-flops, which was originally introduced in January 2015.
Also sparking the record sales was the company’s newest functional orthotic, XP3. XP3 is the company’s lightest functional orthotic, 46.3 percent lighter than any other. XP3 was designed specifically for competitive athletes looking for a supportive orthotic that would add as little weight and thickness as possible.
Long one of the knowledge leaders in the chiropractic profession, Foot Levelers sponsored three speakers at the convention, including Kathy Mills Chang who lectured on the impending change to ICD-10 insurance coding.
In conjunction with the Mills Chang lectures, Foot Levelers gave away free copies of its Billing and Coding manual, which presents guidelines on verification, coding, and billing for functional orthotics.
“With an unsettled and ever-changing insurance landscape, the Billing and Coding manual is a great resource for chiropractors to reference,” Galbraith added. “Directionally, it helps clarify new ICD-10 codes and compares them to ICD-9 codes. Every chiropractor should be calling us to get their copy; it’s that valuable.”
Source: Foot Levelers