Insurance typically covers one pair of orthotics per year. Some insurances actually cover two per year. No worries, we provide a complimentary benefits check BEFORE your visit so there are no surprises for you.
No, the PEDspa pedicures are considered a cosmetic service. Although insurance doesn’t cover these, Care Credit can be used for PEDspa services.
We recommend taking it easy the rest of the day.
If you must return to work that day and have an office position, prop your foot up while wearing an open-toe style shoe to avoid putting pressure on the nail.
If your position requires some type of steel-toe or rigid shoes and you must return to work, we recommend taking it ‘as easy as possible’ and frequently remove your shoe to visually inspect for any signs of bleeding or swelling.
This is not recommended as continuous pressure immediately following removal can delay healing and increase chances of an infection.
No. However, it is the most effective prescription corrective device used to prevent your issue from getting worse.
Depending on your insurance, X-Rays are usually included in the office visit. If your insurance happens to not cover them, we can work with you to set a self pay price, usually running between $30-$50. We provide a complimentary benefits check for every patient so there is no surprise at the time of your visit.
The cost of your visit depends on your insurance. Many times, the front of your insurance card will tell you the co-pay that you will be responsible for paying when you come to see a specialist.
However, as a courtesy to you, we will call your insurance company ahead of time to see if your first visit will be covered and to get an estimated coverage for various services that we offer (which you will be informed of upon your first visit).
Have a high deductible? Don’t worry, we understand. Please contact our Billing Manager, Salena at 859-264-1141 ext 53 or email her at Salena@lexpodiatry.com if you are interested in learning how you can save money and reduce stress by becoming a prompt pay patient at Lexington Podiatry.
We care about your health, and want to make sure you have options to get the help you need.
This test determines if the small nerve fibers throughout your legs and feet are functioning properly.
Depending on if you’re a male/female and your age, you have a certain range that your nerves should be functioning at. This test shows if you are functioning in your range or not and measures the density of the nerve fibers found in your skin. From there, we can determine if you need a medication or need to be referred out to a neurologist for more testing.
We provide complimentary insurance verifications to check benefits/dme coverage before your appointment.
If you have a deductible that has not been met, you may be required to cover the portion that your insurance doesn’t cover. We do offer Care Credit and payment plans on certain items. Our billing department can help clarify your questions, but your insurance provider is a valuable resource for these questions as well.
Yes, we are! Information for new patients can be found here.
Your refund will be issued in the form of a paper check. Please allow 60 days from the date of insurance payment to receive the reimbursement.
Yes. Your toenails reveal many things about your overall health, including whether you may have toenail fungus.
Yes, however if you call in the day of, there may an appointment available.
No, laser therapy, although it is the most advanced treatment for fungal toenails, is still considered a cosmetic service. Many lasers that are being advertised are not strong enough to penetrate the nail bed – it’s necessary to use a laser that is strong enough to reach the fungal infection. Although insurance does not currently cover laser therapy, Care Credit will cover the procedure. Learn more about Laser Therapy for Fungal Nails and whether this treatment option is for you.
Yes! We often take our medical team to corporate events, job sites and health fairs to conduct complimentary foot screenings. If you’re interested in having us out to your own place of work, contact Elise at Elise@lexpodiatry.com for more information.
Yes! Laser therapy for pain has proven very effective, is quick and the results can be immediate. Learn more about Laser Therapy and what diagnosis it works best on.