Evaluate customers' foot conditions and fit and sell corrective shoes.
What does an Orthopedic Shoes Salesperson do?
Evaluates customers’ foot conditions and fits and sells corrective shoes, using knowledge of orthopedics or following prescription: Examines malformed or injured joints and bone structure of customer’s feet, or reads physician’s prescription to determine type of corrective shoe required. Selects shoes from stock or draws outline and takes measurements of customer’s feet to order custom-made shoes. Examines shoes on customer’s feet to verify correctness of fit. Performs other duties as described under SALESPERSON Master Title.