How can I go to a podiatrist of Innofeet?
Since the first of august 2011 you can go to us without a referral from your general practitioner. Call for an appointment. Mind you: usually you’re not the first person in line, so don’t wait too long before making a call. If you do have a referral from your (general) practitioner, take this with you to the appointment.
What is the difference between a podiatrist and a podologist?
A podiatrist has a recognised qualification for this profession. This is given after a four year study in podiatry at a university of applied sciences. Podologists usually only have a course certificate and are generally categorised as alternative health care.
Does Innofeet have a waiting list?
This differs per location. Ask the telephonist which location could help you the quickest.
What should I bring with me on my first appointment?
- Your most worn shoes (work- and exercise shoes)
- Possible referral from a (general) practitioner / specialist
What should I do when I have a wound/infection on my foot/toe?
Do you have a wound or infection or do you have complaints and are you a diabetes-, dialysis- or rheumatic patient? Mention this when making an appointment. For this we have emergency spots, to give you minimal waiting time.
How long does an appointment take?
The first appointment generally lasts an hour. A normal check-up usually half an hour.
What does a treatment cost?
This differs per treatment. Take a look at the price list here.
Where can I go with questions about an invoice?
Since transparency is very important to us, you can always come to us with questions about an invoice. Call us on our regular number (088 – 031 3000) and we’ll help you along.
Where can I go with complaints about the organisation or a podiatrist?
Are you not happy or do you have a complaint about something? Send your complaints via the form under the page contact. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Is podiatry reimbursed via my health insurance?
The treatment by a podiatrist of Innofeet is reimbursed by a lot of health care companies via the additional insurance. We advise you to check or inform beforehand what treatments will be reimbursed concerning podiatry or to click here for more information.