We are sorry to hear that you are suffering from a foot related problem. We will do everything we can to solve the problem and to offer you a proper solution. To start with, we have made an appointment for you on the date, time and location which are presented in the e-mail you received from us.
What should you bring to your first visit?
In order to find the cause of your complaints, we sometimes examine the knees, pelvis, hips, and lower back. To be prepared for these examinations, we advise you to bring sports shorts or comfortable underwear. Lastly, please remember to bring the following items to your first visit:
- Valid identification (e.g. ID-card or passport)
- Shoes you frequently wear
- A referral from your GP (if necessary)
Podiatry is covered by the supplementary insurance. Therefore, we advise you to inform yourself on the policy conditions of your health insurance provider. If your treatment is not covered by your insurance, you will have to pay the costs yourself. If you are not able to pay, please contact us. Please refer to our general payment conditions below.
Are you hindered from making your appointment on time? Do you have questions for us? Do not hesitate to contact us. You can do so by calling us (088 – 454 77 00, on workdays between 8.00 and 17.30) or by sending us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can even send your questions to our WhatsApp service (06 – 15 50 20 42).
General payment conditions
When you get treated by one of our specialists, a so-called ‘treatment agreement’ is established. This means that the specialist who treated you is to be compensated for delivered services. Invoicing is directed at you, immediately after the treatment, or when picking up therapeutic tools. You can meet the invoice in our office, preferably by pin. Paying by cash is only possible in rare circumstances.
We will see you soon, at your appointment.