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Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the Common Questions page on our podiatry website. Here, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about foot and ankle conditions, treatments, and general podiatry care. Our aim is to provide you with helpful information that can answer your queries and concerns before your appointment or treatment. We understand that there can be a lot of confusion surrounding foot and ankle health, and we hope to alleviate some of that by providing clear and concise answers to the most commonly asked questions. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, feel free to contact us, and our experienced team of podiatrists will be happy to assist you.

What foot conditions do podiatrists treat?

Podiatrists treat a wide range of foot conditions, including fungal infections, plantar fasciitis, corns, and calluses etc.

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What should I expect during my first podiatry appointment?

During your first podiatry appointment, your podiatrist will evaluate your foot health, discuss your symptoms, and recommend a treatment plan. We might have to book an additional appointment for any surgical procedures or treatments.

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How much do podiatry services typically cost, and do you accept medical aids?

Podiatry services costs may vary depending on the type of treatment. It's best to check with your podiatry practice about specific costs and medical aid coverage. 

We do accept the majority of medical aids but payment is not guaranteed. Benefit checks for certain medical aids are available. Please contact office for more info.  

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Do I need custom orthotics or insoles, and how do I get them?

Custom orthotics or insoles may be recommended to provide support, cushioning, and correction for foot or lower limb conditions. They are typically designed based on a patient's specific needs and foot shape.

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