Foot & Ankle Center Prices for Treatment
Our goal is to provide you with the best possible clinical outcome at the least cost.
Pricing for medical care services can vary greatly, even for the same procedure or treatment. As high deductible plans become more common, it is more important than ever for you to be able to know what you might owe and to be able to comparison shop for your healthcare. We look forward to being the first local foot and ankle clinic, and one of the first clinics of any kind, to post our prices online
The chart below contains the prices billed to insurance and the self-pay / time-of-service discounted price for our most common visits, procedures and supplies.
If you do not have insurance or choose not to have your insurance billed, we offer a payment at time of service discount. The discount is approximately 15% – 20% on most items.
Discounts only apply if bill is paid at time of service and insurance is not being billed.
Credit Card on File is Required if Insurance is to be Billed
In order to keep our prices as low as possible we do not send out bills. Thus, if we are billing insurance for you, a credit card is required to be on file. Once your insurance pays their portion your credit card will be billed for the amount for which you are responsible. If you are paying your entire bill at the time of service than a credit card on file is not required.
No Facility Fee Charges
Many clinics, particularly those that are owned by hospitals, charge “facility fees”. Facility fees are a charge to use the treatment room and are in addition to your visit fee. These fees, which are common in Seattle, can cost hundreds of dollars. We never charge facility fees. You can read more about facility fees in this New York Times article.
No Surprises – Know Your Costs Before Getting Treatment
A new patient visit will cost between $68 and $265 depending on complexity and time spent. At that visit we will discuss any additional charges that you might incur on that visit or subsequent visits so that you know your cost of treatment before you need to make a decision.
|Billing Code (CPT)||Price||Self-pay Discount|
|Office Visit New Patient (5 – 29 minutes)||99202||128.00||109.00|
|Office Visit New Patient (30 – 44 minutes)||99203||175.00||150.00|
|Office Visit New Patient (45 – 59 minutes)||99204||329.00||265.00|
|Office Visit Established Patient (10-19 minutes)||99212||79.00||67.00|
|Office Visit Established Patient (20 – 29 minutes)||99213||114.00||97.00|
|Office Visit Established Patient (30 – 39 minutes)||99214||165.00||140.00|
Office visit level of charge is determined based on either time or the complexity of the medical decision making process. This chart shows the items involved in determining decision making. A large majority of visits will be of a completity requiring the codes above that end in “3” or “4”. Very rarely is a condition so simple that we would use a “2” code. There is also a 99215 code that is occasionally used for returning patients where our total visit time (see below) exceeds 39 minutes.
Time includes not just face-to-face time during your appointment. Time also includes time spent completing chart notes, reviewing prior records, coordinating care such as ordering imaging or writing prescriptions.
Orthotics – Custom
|Custom Orthotics (Pair. Includes casting and dispensing)||L3000||498.00||498.00|
|Custom Orthotics – Additional pair within 5 years using same cast||L3000||498.00||298.00|
|Custom Orthotics surcharge for carbon fiber material||N/A||23.00|
|Add one-layer cover to uncovered pair of orthotics||N/A||38.00|
|Add two-layer cover to uncovered pair of orthotics||N/A||62.00|
|Remove old covers (pair)||N/A||14.00|
|Modification to orthotics (each) (metatarsal pads, cushions, etc)||N/A||8.00|
|Repair of orthotic device, Labor Component, per 30 minutes||N/A||17.00|
|Orthotic Rush Fee – Return in 8 business days||N/A||25.00|
|Orthotic Rush Fee – Return in 6 business days||N/A||50.00|
|Orthotic Rush Fee – Return in 5 business days||N/A||75.00|
|Heel lifts (one)||N/A||8.00|
Orthotics – Prefabricated
|Pre-Fab non-covered, non-posted (pair)||N/A||N/A||42.00|
|Pre-fab covered, non-posted (pair)||N/A||N/A||64.00|
|Pre-fab non-covered, posted (pair)||N/A||N/A||62.00|
|Pre-fab covered, posted (pair)||N/A||N/A||84.00|
|Children’s non-covered OTC device||N/A||N/A||65.00|
|Modification to OTC orthotics (each) (metatarsal pads, cushions, etc)||N/A||N/A||8.00|
Toenail and Wart Treatment
|Ingrown Toenail Treatment (Partial or total nail avulsion)||11730||175.00||140.00|
|Ingrown Toenail Treatment (Partial or total nail avulsion) per additional toe||11732||83.00||71.00|
|Permanent Ingrown Toenail Treatment (Partial or total matrixectomy) 1st toe||11750||462.00||320.00|
|Permanent Ingrown Toenail Treatment (Partial or total) Additional toe||11750-51||462.00||160.00|
|Debridement of thick nails (1 – 5 toes)||11720||58.00||55.00|
|Debridement of thick nails (6 – 10 toes)||11721||81.00||75.00|
|Destruction of Wart||17110||140.00||112.00|
|Laser Treatment of Fungal Nails (Includes 3 treatments of all 10 nails)||N/A||N/A||590.00|
|Non Covered nail and callus trimming (normal thickness)||A9270||N/A||75.00|
Injections and Shockwave
|Injection – Plantar fasciitis / tendon sheath / ligament||20550||136.00||109.00|
|Injection – Morton’s neuroma||64455||128.00||102.00|
|Aspiration / Injection of ganglion||20612||136.50||116.00|
|Ultrasound Guidance for injection||76942||195.00||152.00|
|Injection – – intermediate joint / bursa||20605||151.00||88.00|
|Injection – Small joint / bursa||20600||121.00||81.00|
|EPAT Shockwave Therapy – 3 sessions||N/A||N/A||450.00|
|EPAT Shockwave – Additional sessions after first three (each)||N/A||N/A||150.00|
X-rays / Ultrasound
|Ankle 2 views||73600||98.00||41.00|
|Ankle 3 views||73610||118.00||49.00|
|Foot 2 views||73620||98.00||41.00|
|Foot 3 views||73630||118.00||49.00|
|Ultrasound Guidance for Injection||76942||303.00||175.00|
Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
|Heel Lifts (one)||L3332||N/A||8.00|
|Amerigel post –op wound care kit||N/A||N/A||35.00|
|PTTD Ankle Brace||L1902||88.00||56.00|