All the experiences I had a Sacramento Foot Ankle Center have definitely been positive. I would say that the chairs, that which patients sit in and the examination rooms are old and the arms on the sides can definitely get broken, that which can be a safety issue, as I would have to lean to one side of the other so as to prevent it from falling off to the other side where there is not an arm. Also, I would like them to advocate for patients that who are on Medicare so patients with diabetes don’t have to get shoes if they are happy with their SAS shoes and can get just orthotics and that way that they don’t have to get shoes as well. Medicare can save a whole lot of money just by purchasing orthotics and not having to purchase shoes as well. Also, Medicare could save a whole lot more money by allowing Sacramento foot and ankle center to let patients get orthotics in house rather than having them go out to the hanger clinic. The Hanger clinic is great for amputees. But for patients that who need orthotics, if they have Medicare, they should just get their orthotics in house. What is even better is Hanger clinics way of molding a patient’s foot, I feel is not so accurate. The way Sacramento foot and Ankle Center, Kenmore the patient’s foot for orthotics is by way of using a cast. They then will send the cast mold to whoever manufactures and fabricate the orthotics. Again, Medicare can save a whole lot more money by allowing Sacramento Foot and Ankle Center to have orthotics done for Medicare patients in house rather than farming them out to Hanger clinic. Those are my final thoughts. And no shoes for Medicare patients if they’re happy with the shoes that they are wearing, particularly if they are shoes made by SAS, that which by the way are made in the United States and allow a Patient Foot to stay straight while they’re walking. Thank you.