Bloomberg News recently ran a story about Americans who are choosing to go without health insurance for the first time in their lives. The reason: cost. There’s no question that health insurance costs have risen for everybody over the last couple of decades. Going without it is a very personal choice, one that does carry a financial risk should a member of the family become ill.
At Montgomery Foot Care Specialistsin Montgomery, AL, we wouldn’t ever want our patients to avoid seeing us because of insurance reasons. We do accept many major insurance carriers, including United Health Care, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, PHCS, AARP, and Medicare Part B. (Click hereto see a full list of accepted insurance carriers.) But if you anticipate difficulty paying for podiatric care for any reason, talk to us.
Help for those who need it
Whether you have insurance or not, we can help you apply for a special line of credit known as CareCredit, a program which allows you to break down medical bills into affordable payments. Our professional staff is available to discuss this option with you and guide you through the process: simply give us a call at (334) 396-3668 and inquire about CareCredit – or explore the option on your own at www.carecredit.com.
Delaying care can be costly
Often when people think they’ll have a problem paying for medical care, they put it off. When it comes to caring for your feet (and really, if we’re being honest, any part of your body) our podiatrists always recommend that you come in sooner than later. Ignoring things like heel pain, arch pain, persistent swelling, numbness, or discoloration usually means that by the time you’re forced to see a doctor, treatment for your feet
- can take a lot longer
- can prove to be more painful
- will most likely keep you away from doing the things you love for much longer than it would have had you come in to see us earlier.
We have two experienced podiatrists at your service. Dr. Heidi M. Christieand Dr. Chanda L. Day-Houts.Both doctors are dedicated to improving our patients’ quality of life. Don’t let a lack of insurance prevent you from consulting us for your foot pain. Start a conversation with us at (334) 396-3668 or contact us online.