The Stephen Kite Practice Est: 1987
Call (0800) 756 9812

Professional Podiatry Fees

New Patient Assessment £59.00
General Podiatry Treatments (30 mins) £49.00
Follow up Appointments (20 mins) £40.00
Refurbish of Prescription Orthotics £180.00
Biomechanical Examination (45 mins) £160.00
Prescription Orthotics One Pair – £420.00
2nd Pair – £690
3rd Pair – £890

Our terms: With increased costs of new regulations regarding compulsory ongoing training and proper waste disposal and sterilization, it has become increasingly expensive to practice Podiatric Medicine. Therefore we have had to set fees accordingly.

Please note : Payments should be made upon treatment / consultation otherwise treatment stopped until arrears cleared. There is a £25.00 administration fee added to arrears after 7 days of non payment. Medico-Legal cases are required to pay accounts no later than 15 days upon receipt.

Prescription Orthotic / Refurbishment patients are requested to pay fees on the day of casting / Refurbishment. A Biomechanical examination fee is required before the orthotics prescription therefore the fees for orthotics are the cost of the orthotics plus the biomechanical examination fees added together. In the event of cancellation or change of mind by the patient after the prescription order has already been sent to the lab we are able to refund less the new patient assessment fee, the biomechanical fee and postage costs to the lab and a cancellation fee of £50.00. In the event of the orthotics already in the process of being manufactured unfortunately we are unable to cancel the prescription .

There is a £10.00 fee for house calls over 10 miles from our clinic location. Treatments at our consulting rooms and house calls may be accepted under your medical insurance policy if you have one, and if it includes Chiropody & Podiatry treatments. Please check with your insurance company. The Stephen Kite Practice only uses single use instruments for your protection.
It is against the law for so called Foothealth professionals / Practitioners to imply they are Podiatrists or Chiropodists as they are not registered by the Health Professions Council (HCPC).

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