Foot care

Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers podiatrist services for medically necessary treatment of foot injuries or diseases (like hammer toes, bunion deformities, and heel spurs), but it doesn’t cover routine Foot care.

Who’s eligible?

All people with Medicare are covered.

Your costs in Original Medicare

• In most cases, you pay 100% for routine foot care.
• You pay 20% of the Medicare-approved amount for medically necessary treatment provided by a doctor.
• The Part B deductible applies.
• In a hospital outpatient setting, you also pay a copayment for medically necessary treatment.