We are proud to be a registered provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We bring our combined experience of over 20 years and our commitment to delivering the highest level of podiatry care to all our patients. We draw upon the latest research and techniques to diagnose and treat all types of foot conditions, and we deliver our services with care, compassion and empathy.

Find out how we can help you as an NDIS service provider

What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a program funded by the Australian Government to help with the costs associated with having a disability. The NDIS helps ensure that people with disabilities and their families have the supports they need.

The Scheme is for Australians under 65 years old, who have a permanent and significant disability and is designed to help participants achieve their goals and live to their full potential.

 

What does the NDIS fund?

Registered participants can access ‘reasonable and necessary supports to help participants achieve their goals and live a full and independent life. Podiatry services are one of the support services covered by the NDIS and therefore, may be part of your plan

What podiatry services can I access under the NDIS?

At The Foot Hub, we are proud to support the NDIS by providing high-quality podiatry care delivered with compassion. As a registered NDIS provider we can provide services under the following NDIS categories:

We can provide custom foot orthotics and ankle-foot orthotics. Custom foot orthotics are inserts you place in your shoes to support the natural shape of the foot. They also help align the ankle and improve foot function and posture in general. They may be prescribed for a range of foot, ankle, leg and lower back conditions.

Ankle foot orthotics are used to improve walking by supporting weak muscles. They may also be used to keep joints in alignment, accommodate any deformity and reduce spasticity.

 

As the name suggests, we provide podiatry care to improve your daily living skills. Things that you can come to see us for include:

  • General foot care, including nail care,
  • Treatment and management of a wide range of skin conditions, including athlete’s foot, corns and cracked heels
  • Treatment and management of injuries and musculoskeletal conditions, including foot pain
  • Management of foot deformities such as bunions and hammer toes
  • Wound management
  • Diabetic foot care, including diabetic foot assessments
  • Surgical treatments such as ingrown toenail surgery
  • Children’s podiatry services
  • Advice on wearing the right footwear.
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home visits

We understand that travelling to your podiatrist is not always easy, which is why we offer Home Visits to registered participants. Through this service, you can access the same quality care from our highly-experienced podiatrists, that you would in our clinic. For further information, please contact our clinic.

What you need to know

To access podiatry services under the NDIS, you will need to bring the following to your appointment:

  •  Your contact details
  • NDIS number
  • NDIS plan and start date

It’s also recommended that you bring:

  • A list of medications that you may be taking
  • Results of any tests that you may have undergone such as x-rays, ultrasounds, etc.

How long does it take

Allow 30minutes to one hour for your initial NDIS appointmnet 

What to expect

At The Foot Hub®, we pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality podiatry services with a smile. We are committed to treating all our patients with honesty and respect.

We use the latest diagnostic and treatment methods to achieve the best outcome possible. And we promise to discuss your condition, suggested treatment plan and any associated costs with you before proceeding.

With a combined 20 years of experience, you can rest assured that your feet will be in good hands with the podiatrists at The Foot Hub.

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