The podiatrist has various options for treating physical complaints in the feet, knees, hips and lower back. You can think of a therapy with the help of arch supports, (medical) taping, orthoses and shoe advice.
Pain or fatigue in your feet or legs is always a reason to make an appointment with a podiatrist. Below you will find an overview of common complaints in practice. Do you recognize any of these complaints? Then it may be advisable to make an appointment.
- Tired feet or legs
- Foot complaints due to overload
- Ankle, knee, hip, back pain
- Specific foot problemschildren, 65+ people,athletes, oncology and diabetes patients.
- Foot complaints during your work
- Toe position abnormalities (claw toes, hammer toes)
- Position deviations of feet (excessive arch, flat feet)
- Skin problems (excessive calluses, corns)
- Nail problems (fungal nails, ingrown nails, painful nails)
Is podiatry covered by my health insurance?
Podiatry is reimbursed from the supplementary insurance. The amount of your reimbursement therefore depends on the supplementary package you have chosen. On this fees page you can go for an overview of all reimbursements for podiatry and arch supports.