Did you know the average person takes about 10,000 steps every day? That is a lot of stress on your feet! And when you consider the array of surfaces and inclines that people walk on, you can see how foot pain can be a common ailment.
That is why it is so important to seek care from a foot doctor if you are experiencing foot pain or mobility issues. Your ability to move is crucial to living a complete life, don’t allow pain to stop you from living your life!
Whether you have slight discomfort or severe pain, we can help you overcome your foot issues! Contact us today today to learn more about how we can help you!
Most Insurance Plans Taken
Dr. Sandall’s office accepts most insurance plans, so you don’t have to choose between your wallet and your health.
To save you time, you can fill out the Patient Intake Form and bring it with you before visiting Dr. Sandall. If you can’t fill it out, don’t worry. Just arrive 15 minutes early to your appointment and fill it out then.
What billing or insurance information will I receive?
You should recieve a bill for services rendered. This bill will indicate services paid for by your insurnace and a remaining balance if any. You may recieve a bill from our billing company for remaining balances and a notification from your insurance company informing you of what they paid or did not pay.
How long will it take to get things settled with the insurance company?
Claims are submitted to the insurance companies as soon as they are processed by the billing company (HBS (Healthcare Billing Solutions)). This process takes approximately one week. Most insurance companies have a total of 3 months before they have to submitt payment to the Doctor for services rendered. Insurance companies will approve or deny payment and it is at that time a notification is sent to you the patient.
Why does my bill say I had a surgical procedure done when I did not have surgery?
Insurance companies use codes for processing claims. Many times these codes fall with in certain catagories. Many times regular palliative care and even reduction of nails and calluses will fall under the catagory of surgical debridement.
What can I do if I have a question about my bill?
If you have a question about your bill, the first thing to do would be to contact our billing company.