What is an NDIS Podiatrist?
What is an NDIS Podiatrist? An NDIS Podiatrist is an allied health professional who is trained to assess, diagnose and treat a range of foot and lower limb conditions. These can include skin and nail conditions, foot and leg pain, diabetes related foot complications, arthritic conditions and gait/walking abnormalities.
How can we help our NDIS Participants?
Our NDIS Podiatrists are experienced in assisting with the complexities that can accompany living with a disability. NDIS Podiatry services can be offered in the clinic or in the home, and can assist participants with a range of disabilities, including but not limited to cerebral palsy, post-stroke, muscular dystrophy, CMT, arthritic conditions, and ataxia. Our services encompass all aspects of foot and leg care, including general foot care such as nail /m b0076zcutting and management of dry/thick skin, exercise and strengthening programs, orthotic therapy to correct abnormal foot biomechanics, and ankle-foot orthoses to correct gait abnormalities such as foot drop.
Participant Success Story
- All services (travel, report writing and treatment) are billed under the one code at the same price, based on the service.
- Travel will be billed for hydrotherapy and home visits according to time taken to and from clinic.
- All invoices have the patient’s NDIS number, plan dates and length of appointment as per NDIA requirements