Is Podiatry Covered by Insurance?

Is podiatry covered by insurance? In almost all cases we would only perform procedures that are considered medically necessary. While there are some cosmetic options and non-insurance options, we generally only perform procedures and treatments that improve pain and function. As a rule anything that is medically necessary for pain relief or the improvement of function is covered by insurance. If something is not covered we will do our best to let you know.


Is Podiatry Covered by Insurance?

  • The answer is almost always yes.
  • We do not perform procedures that are not medically necessary. We focus on procedures that are backed by evidence based medicine.
  • If we do perform a procedure that is cosmetic in nature there may be a cost associated with this.
  • It is possible that some insurances do not cover some medically necessary treatments. We will do our best to let you know when this is the case.


Are there copay even if Podiatry is covered by insurance?

  • Generally all types of insurance do require a copay.
  • This does depend on your specific insurance plan.


Insurance Does Cover Podiatrist Care:

  • We take almost every insurance. These is not elective or cosmetic therapy. This is proven and beneficial medical care!
  • Yes! The majority of our care is not considered elective and is not cosmetic. The primary focus is to keep you walking, healthy and prevent any future hospitalizations for your foot and ankle problems.
  • Podiatrist care is considered to be extremely cost effective for both the nation and insurance companies. There are many studies proving that good foot care can result in exponentially greater reductions in hospitalization and disability costs.


Podiatrist accepted insurances:

  • Aetna
  • Alliance Health And Life
  • BCBS/Federal/PPO/Preferred
  • BCN Advantage MyBlue
  • BCN HMO and Mpremier
  • Cigna POS/HMO/PPO
  • Cofinity
  • Coresource
  • HAP HMO/POS/Preferred/Senior/Medicaid
  • Health Plus including Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Medicare Plus Blue And Advantage PFFS
  • Meridian Health Plan Of Michigan
  • Motor Vehicle Accident Insurance
  • Physicians Health Plan
  • Priority Health HMO/EPO/PPO/Medicare
  • Railroad Medicare
  • Tricare
  • United Healthcare including Community Plan
  • Workers Compensation