With increasingly higher deductible healthcare plans, patients are motivated to look for better deals, even when the reality of pricing posts for healthcare services are often complex and confusing. 

In an effort to provide price transparency and encourage an overall legendary patient experience, we want to partner in your health care. And that includes educating you on the costs and patient responsibilities with respect to your treatment. 

We would like you to have a general idea of the costs associated with your problem – that’s why we have compiled a list of the most common treatments with our fee schedule provided to your insurance company.

Please note that the fees detailed below do not represent insurance allowed amounts, as each carrier assigns a different amount to each area of service. As a contracted provider with your insurance, our office accepts a significant price adjustment to our fees. All pricing is subject to your specific negotiated benefit allotment.

If you are interested in paying cash for any of our services, please contact our office and we will be happy to give you the most specific pricing based on your condition. We also offer several payment and financing options.  

Product and Treatment Pricing

Examination and Evaluation

  • Initial examination and evaluation – $345
  • Follow-up examination and evaluation – $118
  • X-rays – $272
  • Ultrasound – $125

Heel Pain

  • Cortisone injection – $310
  • Stretching splint – $295
  • Custom orthotics – $600
  • Footstep inserts, Theraband kit – $57 (Cash Only)

Wart Treatment

  • Wart treatment session with Swift – $265 (Cash Only)

Laser Therapy

  • Low-level laser therapy – $575 (Cash Only)

Nail Care

  • Biopsy of nail unit to confirm diagnosis – $360
  • Removal of ingrown/infected nail – $348
  • Post-op kit (nail removal) – $35 (Cash Only)
  • Chemical removal of ingrown nail – $513

Insurance companies require a “standard charge.” Fees provided show a de-identified maximum negotiated charge which is the highest charge that has been negotiated with all third-party payers for an item or service.

Payer-specific negotiated charges are charges that are negotiated with the third-party payer for an item or service.

Cash price reflects charges that are applied to an individual who pays cash (or cash equivalent) for an item or service.

If you have any questions about our products and treatments, please don’t hesitate to give our office a call at (512) 328-8900 today. You can also take advantage of our online contact form to have a member of our staff reach out to you.