Our professional and licensed podiatrists provide home visits to throughout the Hills District. Our first priority in providing professional at-home podiatry care is ensuring that you feel safe, comfortable, and well cared for.
When Do I Need a Podiatrist?
An in-home podiatrist can diagnose and treat diabetes related conditions, corns, infections, warts, calluses, athlete’s foot, ingrown toenails, heel spurs, and other foot pain. A home podiatry visit should be considered if you experience any of the following:
- Toenails that are causing any discomfort
- Pain in your feet or ankles that is unexplained or due to injury
- Foot discomfort such as numbness, tingling, redness, or pain
- Corns and callusing
- Any signs of infection—fever, redness, tenderness, itching, swelling, blistering or pus, signs of spreading
Why Choose In-Home Podiatry Services?
We provide quality podiatry services at your home, office, or nursing home within the Hills District.
- Podiatrist that comes to your home
- Flexible scheduling with no waiting in an office
- Great for home-bound seniors
- Great for those with mobility restrictions
- House calls with all the same state-of-the-art equipment found in an office
- Licensed and certified podiatrist who can examine, diagnose, treat, and educate
What is Involved in a Podiatrist House Call?
A caring and professional podiatrist will make podiatry home visits in the Hills District to your home, or care facility. We will ensure that you feel comfortable, safe, and well cared for.
Before your scheduled home visit, you will know exactly who to expect to provide your in-home podiatry service. The attending home care podiatrist will examine your feet and ankles using state-of-art equipment where needed. In the comfort of your home, the podiatrist can diagnose and/or treat your specific foot or toe ailment. Continued care will be explained, shown, or scheduled, as needed.
Who Pays for At-Home Podiatry Care?
Many in home podiatry services are covered by health insurance plans or a medicare rebate. Check with your insurance coverage regarding what podiatry services are covered. You can contact us to discuss these issues and our reception staff will explain the process. A receipt will be issued at the time of treatment to make your claims process as simple as possible.