Many of our doctors are celebrating the end of 2017 with savings on Foot Levelers custom orthotics and orthotic footwear. Ask your doctor about ways to save today!
Plus, don’t forget, most Flex Spending Accounts (FSAs) cover custom orthotics and custom orthotic footwear, and some accounts time out on December 31st. Don’t “snooze” and lose out on this great opportunity for healthy, whole-body support with no out-of-pocket expense to you. Act now to start the New Year off right–supported and stabilized with Foot Levelers!
A few pics from our almost-Thanksgiving Day feast on Tuesday. A big shout-out to Mary and Katie in H.R. who coordinated the lovely meal! (They’re the turkeys pictured in photo 5). 😉
Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday full of family, friends, and of course, food!
Foot Levelers is more than “just” custom orthotics; we’re a technology company, too. Most of the doctors we work with use our proprietary 3D scanning technology to capture images of patients’ feet; these images are instantaneously sent through the magical interwebs to our lab in Roanoke, Virginia. These are the “blueprints” for building patients’ custom orthotics.
Many of those 3D scanning systems include a laptop pre-loaded with our scanning software to help run the machine. When doctors upgrade or switch their systems, sometimes those laptops are no longer needed, so they are returned to us.
L-R: Dan Sweeney, Brian Boggs, Chris Cummings of Foot Levelers and Mark Thompson and Britt Simmons of Roanoke City Schools.
That means we’ve amassed quite a collection of laptops over the last few years–150 to be exact. We knew we wanted to donate them, but where? Someone suggested our very own Roanoke City Public School System and a plan was hatched!
School district reps were delighted to have more tools to serve local students. “Just wow!” said Roanoke City Public School’s Director of Technology Mark Thompson. “That was extremely generous.”
Many kudos to Foot Levelers’ Tech Support Team, especially Brian Boggs and Lamont Clements, for working so hard to prepare the laptops for donation. We were pleased to have members of the media join us for the hand-off yesterday too–you can check out stories from WSLS Channel 10 here and from WDBJ Channel 7 here.