Self Pay

Prompt Direct Payment Pricing transparency

Do you consider your health as expense or investment?

How much would you pay for the latest IPhone, branded car or branded clothes? Now how much would you pay to get rid of your foot problem and move around without limping?

How we see things in life, is actually how it is. I would like to ask you, when it comes to health: Do you see it as an expense or an investment? I believe that we all put values on certain things. Like a cell phone, house, etc. When it comes to health, I see a value. People often don’t value “health” until it starts to decline, or something tragic happens. Then it seems that the person will do whatever they can to become healthy again. I will be the first to say, “Your Health Is An INVESTMENT, Not an expense”. However, it will become an expense if you don’t take the time to invest in it.

If we started putting more value on our health, we would stop thinking that “staying healthy” is an expense. Look at it like any other investment that you have. To be honest, you need to look at it as the #1 investment that you will ever have.  If I asked you to write a list of your top priorities, and what is the most important, most of you would write health at the top of the list. But when it comes to cutting back, or neglecting something, it turns out that health is actually at the BOTTOM of most people’s priorities.

Reframe your mindset in that health IS and always WILL BE the number one thing in life. It is not an expense like a cell phone or a car payment. It is an investment that will keep you around longer to be able to see things like your kids and grand kids growing up. Put a value on your health before you get sick, or develop a chronic illness. Invest in staying healthy and living a longer life.

If you don’t make time for health, you will make time for illness in the future. Take action in preventing illness as best you can. Eat clean, exercise, learn how to keep your stress levels down. Next time you think something is too expensive for your health, look at how much you spend on other things (eating out, drinks, cell phones, etc). Then ask yourself: Is your body worth more than those expensive things?

 If the answer is YES, then I would look other things in your budget to cut from.

Listen, you make hundreds of decisions every month. Some are more important than others but one of the most important decisions you will ever make is in terms of your health.

With self-pay price transparency, you will know exactly what you will be responsible for paying upfront.  Our Direct /Self- Pay Option requires full payment at the time that services are rendered.  These prices are available to ALL patients – to those with no insurance and to those who have insurance plans that we do not contract with.  We are able to offer a discounted price on these services because we do not have the costs associated with coding compliance, filing insurance claims, coordinating authorizations or any delays in reimbursements.

If we are filing an insurance claim for you, the prices listed below do not apply to you. Your charges will be determined by your insurance carrier and your specific insurance plan.

The below services listed on this page is not a complete list of those offered by our office and not reflexive of the entirety of our service. Additional services may be recommended by your treating doctor at the time of your visit.  If you do not see a treatment, procedure or surgery listed, please feel free to contact our office, but understand that a proper evaluation by our doctor is needed before recommendation for treatment, procedure or surgery is considered.  

**Please note we are unable to determine final total out of pockets cost prior to the patient examination by a doctor.

Credit Card on File is Required if Insurance is to be Billed

In order to keep our prices as low as possible we do not send out bills. Thus, if we are billing insurance for you, a credit card is required to be on file. Once your insurance pays their portion your credit card will be billed for the amount for which you are responsible. If you are paying your entire bill at the time of service than a credit card on file is not required.

Basic Services

Prompt direct pay cost

Office Visit New Patient – Includes minor care of nails and calluses if needed

$150

Follow up visit – Simple (toenail, wart, ingrown nail)

$75

Follow up visit – moderate (returning patient with new problem)

$100

Follow up visit – complex (fracture, removing cast, etc)

$150

Digital Foot/Ankle x-ray (3 views)

$100

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenail surgery evaluation and treatment (non-permanent) – includes initial evaluation, ingrown toenail removal, local anesthesia, and 1 follow up visit (for 1st toenail only)

$350

Additional ingrown toenail removal per toe

$100

Permanent removal of nail border with chemical application – includes initial evaluation, ingrown toenail removal with chemical application, local anesthesia, 2 follow up visits, and 1 post-op care kit (1st toenail only)

$499

Additional permanent removal of nail border per toe

$250

We offer $99 consultation fee for any of the following advanced technology. If you decide to move forward with the procedure, this consultation fee will be applied towards the cost of your procedure.

Swift Microwave Therapy for Plantar wart (Foot wart)

Laser treatment for Toenail fungus

Advanced Custom Orthotics Package

MLS Laser treatment

Fat pad restoration with Leneva Injection

Regenerative Amniotic Injection

Radial Shockwave Therapy (EPAT)

We offer a complimentary consultation for the following service listed below

Lower extremity Spider Veins Treatment

Lower extremity Scar Reduction Treatment

Lower extremity Hair Removal

Lower extremity brown spot/ age spot

 

Flat Feet Correction Consultation Fee

This consultation is for flat feet evaluation which includes a comprehensive podiatric examination and 5 sets of radiographs of both feet.

$299