Frequently Asked Questions

Is podiatry rebatable on Medicare, Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) or Private Health Insurance?

Yes. Shepparton Foot Clinic provides rebatable services on Medicare, Private Health Insurance and the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). Check with your Private Health insurer for your level of podiatry cover. Medicare and DVA rebates require an eligibility specific referral from a doctor.

Do you have parking on site?

Yes we have carparking spaces on site and long term car parking is also available on Welsford St.

Do you have wheelchair access?

Yes our front door allows wheelchair entry with no steps for easy access.

Do you do house calls?

Yes, we provide house calls to clients who are unable to get to our clinic. Domiciliary and travel fees apply.

Do you sell foot-care products?

Yes. We have a range of several specialised foot care products in our one stop 'Footdoc' office shop. Including toe pads and protectors, dressings, bunion splints, fungal treatments, shoes, sandals and a variety of arch supports.

How many podiatrists work at Shepparton Foot Clinic?

Shepparton Foot Clinic currently has six fully qualified, full-time podiatrists providing services in our Welsford St. Shepparton Practice and to surrounding Goulburn Valley towns and retirement facilities.

Which towns does Shepparton Foot Clinic provide podiatry services to?

Shepparton Foot Clinic provides regular podiatry services to several towns of the Goulburn Valley, including Numurkah, Tocumwal, Nagambie, Euroa, Cobram, Rushworth, Kyabram, Murchison and Violet Town. We also visit several retirement facilities in our region. So if you can't get to us, give us a call on 03 58221855 and ask for an appointment closer to your home.