Podiatrists provide solutions to all your foot problems

Serving Western Sydney since 2012

Frequently Asked Questions

Medicare covers patients who have been issued an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) by their GP. Please ensure that the referral from the GP is made out to “Blacktown Foot Clinic” and not to individual practitioners.

Your GP can allocate a maximum of up to five Medicare bulk-billed visits per calendar year. It is the responsibility of the patient to keep track of the total amount of visits they have used for Podiatry and other allied health services.

If you have exceeded the maximum number of visits for the year or your EPC has expired, then the standard service fees shall apply.

DVA referrals from your GP are accepted, provided you are eligible for this service.

A GP referral is not necessary to see us.

Depending on your health cover, Podiatry may be covered under extras. Check with your private health insurance provider to find out the level of rebate. Please consult our Fees page to find our prices and item codes when discussing this with your provider.

Please refer to the Fees page for detailed information on pricing and item codes.

Yes, however you must have both a referral from your GP and a letter from the insurance company that authorises an initial consultation and medical report.

Please bring any relevant scans and x-rays, as well as orthotics that have previously been issued. If it is your first consultation or you are attending a biomechanical assessment, take your most often worn shoes to the visit.

We would like you to remove all nail polish and shellac prior to your visit.

Please refer to our Location page for more information on parking and how to find us.

We do not have a home visit service at this point in time.

We sterilise all our instruments according to the Australian Sterilisation Standards (AS/NZS 4187:2014).

Please visit the Contact page to send a message, or give us a call.

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