Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we have hicaps facilities which allows for on the spot rebates from your health fund if you have Podiatry cover.
No, you don't need a referral to see a Podiatrist.
Treatment for an ingrown toenail will depend on the severity of the problem and any previous history of the condition. Often if left untreated, it can cause further pain and infection.
A minor surgical procedure can be performed to permanently correct the shape of the nail if ingrown toenails become a recurrent problem.
Orthotics are tailor-made devices unique to your foot type and shape. It can take between 7-10 days for us to receive your orthotics from our local labs. We will then arrange an appointment with you to fit in your new orthotics.
For patients referred by their GP under the EPC (Enhanced Primary Care) program or CDMP (Chronic Disease Management Plan), Medicare will cover a portion of their consult fee.
We do not have parking at the premise but there is ample street parking.
Please bring any of the following, if applicable to you: Private health fund card, any particular shoes needing assessment/worn regularly, current orthotics and any imaging or x-ray films.
Initial appointments - 40 mins: To give us time to listen to your concern, make an initial assessment and discuss a treatment plan.
Follow up appointments vary based on the type of treatment received.