Home Visit Podiatrist: Experience Podiatry Services in the Comfort of Your Own Home!
Our highly experienced podiatrists can visit your home to accommodate all your general foot care needs.
Podiatric home visits are available to our patients where there is incapacity or limited mobility for the patient to be treated in one of our clinics.
Highett Podiatry covers a radial distance of 15 km from both Highett and Mentone clinics.
Please get in touch with our reception staff to discuss this care and treatment option.
Benefits of home visit podiatry services
The unparalleled convenience of home visit podiatry services is transforming foot care. At Highett Podiatry, we recognize the challenges many face in visiting clinics or commuting to appointments. Our solution? Bringing expert podiatry care right to your doorstep. Our seasoned team, equipped with the latest tools, offers comprehensive foot care treatments in the familiar setting of your home. Whether you’re elderly, have mobility constraints, or simply cherish the comfort of in-home services, our dedicated professionals are committed to ensuring you receive the best care tailored to your needs.
Our services and treatment include, but are not limited to:
- Nail & skin care
- Corns & callous
- Diabetic care
- Wound care
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Post-surgery care
We ask that if attending the clinic is viable for you, you do so to ensure patients whose circumstances do not permit this can be booked and seen.
We do not take online bookings for home visits; please contact our reception at 9555 3044 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this care and treatment option.
Frequently Asked Questions about Home Visit Podiatry
What areas do you cover for Home Visit Podiatry?
- Generally speaking, we will travel up to 15km from our practices in either Mentone or Highett.
- A travel fee over 5km is charged when a location is further
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