The Footcare Clinic is a Registered NDIS Provider!

We are pleased to announce that we are a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider.

Our NDIS Organisation Number: 4050027516

NDIS Trading Name: The Footcare Clinic

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports people with a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities.  Being a registered provider under the NDIS means that we are able to provide podiatry services and supports using funds from this scheme if you are self-managed, agency managed or plan managed.

The Footcare Clinic can provide services in the following categories:

  • Improved Daily Living  (see services below) – As the name of the category suggests, it covers all services that can ‘improve your daily living skills’
  • Assistive Technology (see devices below) – Assistive technologies (AT) are physical supports that help you:
    • do something more easily or safely
    • do something you otherwise cannot do because of your disability.

NDIS Services and Devices offered by The Footcare Clinic:

Services

General Foot Care –  Treatment and management of problematic nail and skin conditions such as ingrown toenails, corns, and calluses for patients with reduced self-care capacity.

Surgical Intervention – Evaluation, advice, and management for plantar warts and ingrown toenails.

Diabetic Foot Care – Neurovascular assessments and chronic wound management/prevention.

Children and Adult Lower Limb Conditions – Development, Alignment, and Gait Assessment.

Devices

Custom Foot Orthotics – Prescription, Manufacturing, and Fitting to assist patients with foot deformities, abnormal gait patterns, and biomechanical abnormalities.

Ankle Foot Orthotics (AFOs) – for management of foot drop and muscle weakness.

Medical Grade Footwear – to aid in mobility.

Medical Grade Compression Stockings – to manage swelling in the legs or peripheral venous insufficiency.

Accessing Podiatry under an NDIS plan

If there is a clinical need and your NDIS plan allows for therapy supports for daily living, you should be able to access podiatry services at The Footcare Clinic.

Therapeutic devices can be accessed under the assistive technology category.

Devices need NDIS prior approval and an initial appointment will be required for our Podiatrists to assess your clinical need and determine the best device to supply.

You can book an appointment at The Footcare Clinic online at this >>LINK<<.  Alternatively, you can call us on (03) 9711 7562 to speak to our friendly team.

We look forward to helping you move well and feel great!

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