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Reimbursement chiropody in 2019

  1. What is chiropody?
  2. When will you qualify for reimbursement?
  3. Referral required for a pedicure treatment
  4. Reimbursement chiropody in 2019
  5. Personal contribution
  6. No policy excess
  7. Who may provide this type of care?

Please note: the information provided on this page is a summary of the reimbursement applicable. You will only be able to derive rights from the HollandZorg Conditions of Insurance (pdf).

1. What is chiropody?

Chiropody consists of the general treatment of feet. The following treatments fall under chiropody.

  • podiatry and podology
  • arch supports
  • pedicure treatment

Do you have diabetes? If so, check the reimbursement of preventive foot care.

2. When will you qualify for reimbursement?

You will qualify for pedicure treatment if your suffer from:

• rheumatoid arthritis (a form of rheumatism) affecting the feet; or
• an impaired sensation in your feet (peripheral neuropathy) not caused by diabetes.
 

3. Referral required for a pedicure treatment

You will require a referral from a general practitioner or a medical specialist for a pedicure treatment. The referral must show the medical need or physical limitation. You will include a copy of the referral when submitting a claim for the invoice in question.

4. Reimbursement chiropody in 2019

Under our supplementary insurances Plus and Top, you qualify for the reimbursement of the costs of chiropody.

 

Public Healthcare Insurance                  

Reimbursement 2019                               

HollandZorg public healthcare insurance None

 

Supplementary Insurance                                  Reimbursement 2019
Start None
Extra None

Plus

75% up to a maximum of € 125,- per calendar year*
Top 75% up to a maximum of € 250,- per calendar year*

*) The reimbursement applies to pedicure treatment, arch supports, podiatry and podology taken together.

5. Personal contribution

We will reimburse a maximum of  75% of the costs of chiropody. You will pay extra costs for pedicure treatment yourself.

6. No policy excess

No policy excess applies for reimbursements under the supplementary insurance.

7. Who can you approach?

The following care providers may provide this type of care:

  • podiatrist may provide the podiatric therapy;
  • a registered podiatrist and a podopostural therapist may provide podology care;
  • a pedicure practitioner may provide the pedicure treatment.

You must purchase the arch supports from a podiatrist, registered podologist, a podopostural therapist or a supplier of medical aids who is member of the Nederlandse vereniging orthopedische schoentechnici (NVOS) and is recognized by the Stichting Erkenningsregeling leveranciers Medische Hulpmiddelen (SEMH).

 

If you have any questions or would like more information, contact customer services on +31(0)570 687 123. We will be happy to answer your questions. Or visit our Care Guide to find a care provider or supplier near by.


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