The following information will be useful in answering any questions you may have regarding appointments and fees.
All of our consultations are by appointment , and a sms and email reminder system is used to confirm appointments. We are busy clinic and please note charges apply for “no shows” for appointments.
fees from January 2018
Podiatry Consultation Fees Initial Consultations General Podiatrist – $98
Initial Consultations Senior Podiatrist – $108
Standard Consultations – $78
Biomechanical and gait examinations – $153
NDIS* Initial Consultation and Standard Consultations
dependent on time and complexity
Home visits from $100
No show charge – $45
Podiatry Supplies / Devices General Consumables in consultations – $8
Custom Orthotics (includes exam, casting, molds)- $665
Replacement Custom Orthotics- $335
Preformed Customised Orthotics – $90- $155
Discounts for Pensioners and bulk billing of Medicare are available. Conditions, availability and rates will vary for each Podiatrist. Contact the clinic for more details or view our online booking portal.
Patients attending for a DVA, Medicare Care Plan or Workers Compensation claim, please bring your referral and Medicare Card with you to your first consultation. You can read more about the Medicare EPC program here Podiatry and Medicare .
*NDIS patients please bring your program details to your first consultation. Requirements vary between NDIS and Self managed plans, additional time is required for those have their plan managed by NDIS or a third party. Please call to discuss your booking requirements.
We accept credit card , EFTPOS and cash payments, and we request payments are made at the time of consultation. We also have HICAPS which is convenient for on the spot health fund claiming. Most health funds rebate between $20 and $45 per consultation. BUPA members receive special pricing as per BUPA Members First program. Remember to bring your health fund card.
Other things to bring to your first consultation- Depending on the type of foot problem you are experiencing, it can be helpful to bring your footwear, xrays and other imaging results, and a list of medications you have been taking for the problem