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The doctor was good at explaining how the arch gradually stretches out over time and offered suggestions for over the counter products and well as informing me the hospital offers more sturdy supports. I felt he was very good about getting his idea across, but when I asked him if the arch support would help correct balance issues and pain in my knee and hip, he went back into the explanation of how the arch stretches out. Long story short, I think my arch stretching is a result of over-compensation for an injury to my big toe on the opposite foot, and I felt the doctor did not pay attention to this fact. He examined my toe (which my P.C.P. had already told me was in pre-bunion stages, in a very cursory way, despite my explaining I felt that was the origin of my problem.) They had me sign forms that would indicate I agreed to pay for supports if my insurance didn't cover it. Fortunately, my insurance covered most of it, but it was billed as a, 'non-surgical TMJ' in which I only get $1000 coverage for an entire year. TMJ is an area that covers the jaw muscles (which I have seen other doctors about) and is in no way related to my foot, yet it was billed as such. I am subsequently dealing with my insurance company and the hospital in order to figure out how I am going to get the TMJ coverage I need FOR THE REST OF 2011. Needless to say, I thought the billing procedure was suspect at the very least.- Jeff G.