To optimise movement for all.
How do I book?
PotterPodiatry uses a fully digitally integrated, modern healthcare business structure.
We use online booking, email & of course, phone. Book online now here or call 5628 3020.
What are your fees?
PotterPodiatry endeavours to make our fee structure completely transparent. We understand that no one needs unexpected fees when planning their family’s health. If you are unsure about our fees for a specific service, please contact us or discuss with Chloe during your appointment. Click here for our current fees
Do I need a referral?
No. Podiatrists are fully licensed and insured allied health practitioners who attract private health fund rebates. However, if your GP refers you with an EPC, PotterPodiatry bulk bills the consult fee to Medicare meaning no gap for you to pay.
Are you BUPA/ HCF/ AHM etc approved?
At this time, PotterPodiatry has chosen not to join individual health fund member’s programs.
Do you bulk bill?
All patients with a Medicare Care Plan/ EPC from their doctors are bulk-billed however this does not include the cost of foot orthoses should they be recommended.
Do you see DVA patients?
Yes. Potter Podiatry offers DVA Gold Card complete Podiatry services including Medical Grade custom & non custom footwear prescriptions, foot orthoses & general treatment billed directly to the Department of Veterans Affairs. A D904 referral from your GP is required. For more information click here. Please note, White Card holders may also be eligible, for more details see the link above.
I also see a Physio/ Chiro/ Osteo/ Sports Med Doctor, can you write me a report for them?
PotterPodiatry strongly believes patient outcomes are optimised when we work together. Chloe is happy to provide a summary report to all professionals involved in you or your child’s care, including sports teachers and coaches, allied health professionals & your GP. Please provide details on your patient details form & tick the ‘consent to share information’ box. Please note, unless we have your express consent we cannot discuss you or your child’s care with other health professionals.