NDIS - National Disability Insurance Scheme For Podiatry
Bellevue Podiatry is a registered provider of Podiatry and foot care services to people registered with the NDIS that may need Podiatry support.
The NDIS is a national framework designed to support people living with disability and their families by ensuring they have access to the services they require.
Bellevue Podiatry is committed to providing exceptional care and attention to people with disabilities and we will work closely with you each step of the way to achieve your foot and ankle health goals.
How we can help you?
People with disabilities can benefit from a range of foot care services that we offer at Bellevue Podiatry:
- General foot and nail care: for participants unable to reach their feet, or do not have the function or co-ordination to cut their toenails and remove callouses and painful corns.
- Biomechanical Assessments: for participants experiencing pain and/or discomfort in the lower limb affecting your ability to walk or exercise comfortably.
- Orthotic Therapy: for any participants in any discomfort and/or pain, correcting lower limb deformities, prevention of deterioration of foot health.
- Heel Pain Treatment: our expert team can assess the root cause of heel pain and put in place an effective treatment plan for pain free walking and standing.
- Ingrown Toenails: removal of ingrown toenails, and correcting any nail deformities to allow pain free walking and wearing shoes.
- Fungal Nail Treatment: effective treatment plans to remove nail fungus and return to clear and healthy toenails.
- Diabetes / Foot Health Assessments: we are experienced in the assessment, management, education and prevention of diabetes related foot pathologies
Am I eligible?
Answer some simple questions to see if you may be able to apply for the NDIS. These questions are just a guide, the final decision about eligibility is up to the NDIA.
How do I apply?
If you meet the eligibility criteria you can ask to become a participant by completing an Access Request Form.
At your first Podiatry appointment your Podiatrist will assess your clinical needs and discuss with you a management plan. If you are managed through the NDIA the administration requirements will be setup at this time. A service agreement will be created as per NDIS requirements. We will arrange this prior to our visit with you. If required, subsequent appointments will set up for ongoing management and care.