With the end of 2018 rapidly approaching, now is the time make sure you’re making the most of your private health insurance benefits. Unfortunately, private health funds do not allow you to rollover your benefits – so if you haven’t used up your podiatry benefit amount for this year, you will LOSE IT!
Did you know you in most cases you can claim a new pair of orthotics from your private health fund every year? Your orthotics are charged to your health fund with NO GAP* to pay. And for non-insured patients, receive new orthotics for 50% off our normal fee.
Claiming your new pair of orthotics is simple, just follow these basic steps:
- Call your My FootDr clinic and ask for a NO GAP* orthotic assessment (see terms and conditions below to see if you qualify).
- We’ll perform a full biomechanical assessment and scan your feet.
Our qualified Podiatrists will assess you and take some specific biomechanical measurements and laser scans of your feet during your biomechanical examination and gait analysis. this process will take approximately 20 minutes and allows us to determine your orthotic prescription.
- We design and manufacture your custom-made orthotics.
Your Podiatrist will fill in your custom orthotic prescription form and send to our orthotic laboratory, along with your 3D laser foot scans.
- Your new orthotics are fitted to your feet and footwear.
Your custom-made orthotics will be fitted to your shoes within 14 days following your prescription.
Beat the end of year rush and book your ideal appointment time with your podiatrist! Offer ends Dec 10th.
Terms & Conditions
NO GAP offers on appointments, assessments and orthotics are subject to patient’s health fund policy, annual limits, policy rules, the patient having the appropriate level of extras cover and health fund rebate processing through HICAPS at the time of the appointment. As such minimum accepted health fund rebates may apply to all NO GAP* items – ask your clinic for further details. Offer valid to existing My FootDr orthotic patients only. NO GAP offer applies to orthotics only, excludes consultations with podiatrist. See clinic for details.