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I went in for a tendonitis issue in my foot from running and general
discomfort in my feet caused by standing for a no so long extended period of
I was seen on time by the Dr’s assistant, provided my information and she took
x-rays. I saw the Dr shortly after that. We reviewed the history of my foot
health… maybe 5min. His evaluation consisted of glancing at the x-Provider name locked. ’s, watching
me stand, moving my foot left/right, squatting and walking 10’… less than 3min.
Then he recommends that the best course of action is to purchase a pair of $450.00
custom orthotics that aren’t covered by my insurance. I expressed concerns that
most orthotics are arguably over prescribed. He stuck to his recommendation
stating that it compensated for structural issues and the provided best
support. He also reassured me that they do not weaken the foot overtime, which
I was still unconvinced but open to the idea. I then asked if he saw something
in the evaluation or x-Provider name locked. that identified a specific structural abnormality
that needed this compensation. This question was basically sidestepped and I received
more information on how orthotics work. When pushed further for alternative
treatment options, none were provided. I felt like I left the office without a
diagnosis only a treatment that does nothing to resolve the underling issue. I
would have been fine for example if they said something like I need orthotics
for extra support while we strengthen these weak muscles that are causing the
Disclaimer…. I am not a Dr but if you are considering custom orthotics may want
to google a few of the over the counter brands like Superfeet or Your Sole that
are around $50.
- Michelle H.
I found Dr. Provider name locked. at the recommendation of my last podiatrist and first went to see him about 3 months ago. I described everything that was were causing me tremendous pain. He took x-rays of my foot so he had to see my bones and problems, however he decided the best course of treatment was to give me a series of 3 shots between my toes. My insurance charges $70. per specialist visit (ouch) so that added up very quickly. In the mean time, he gave me a few pads and a pair of inserts for my sneakers that he charged me $40. for and said he could give me extra pads but I would have to pay for them because he doesn't give away anything for FREE! After 3 visits and shots, he said my next option would be either surgery to break up the scar tissue or make a set of custom orthotics that would help me walk. Did I really need help walking? I was told the custom orthotics were $300. and insurance may or may not cover the cost, so I took my chances and got them. Of course I had to pay another $70 for an office visit. I picked up my custom inserts yesterday and they now make my sneakers too tight and hurt worse than my scar tissue. My hammer toe still crosses over my big toe so I asked Dr. Provider name locked. if he could give me a toe pad hoping that might be the next step to solve my other problem. Once again, he said he doesn't give anything away for FREE! The pad probably cost him $8.00 because he was going to charge me $15.00. All in all I spent $300 out of pocket plus another $300 from my insurance, so at least $600. went to this podiatrist who did nothing to cure my pain and still suggested I consider surgery to break up the scar tissue. Of course there could be new scar tissue with surgery again, so I think I will just l live with the pain I currently have. When I got to the front desk to check out I was almost in tears to hear I owed them $48.00 for a visit that lasted 10 minutes and when they wanted to charge me another $15.00 for the toe pad I politely told them they could keep it because I can buy them myself on Foot Smart.com for 1/2 price. They wanted to schedule one more visit in another month which would cost me another $48.00. I will NOT be going back.
- Julie B.
His diagnosis was correct, treatment was appropriated and all visits were as expected; qucik, timely and without billing surprises. His staff took care of the insurance and all I had to come up with was the co-pay at the time of visit.- Carole B.