FDFAC CPT Codes & Fees

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  Financial District Foot & Ankle Center believes a well informed consumer makes a better patient. Understanding how your insurance policy works and what benefits are included will allow you to make a more informed decision about your healthcare.

FDFAC has always been open and up-front with ethical billing and transparency on non-covered costs. We're taking it a step further, being the first to publish our billing codes listing the self-pay (non-benefit) prices. Your policy may have a capped or contracted rate which may be different than the self pay rate. We have always honored the contract that we have with your insurance company. Other practitioners may have you sign a waiver, allowing them to charge above and beyond their agreement. We never have and never will.

Please use this PDF document as a guide to help you better understand your financial responsibility for goods and services.

Download Fee Codes



New Patient Registration

Unlike most specialists, we never double or triple-book patients for any given appointment, allowing us to fully respect everyone's valuable time.

We keep this system flowing by pre-registering all new patients in order to reserve no-waiting appointments.


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"Dr. Sanders has helped relieve my plantar fascitis with custom-made orthotics. I had actually seen another podiatrist who looked at my foot and told me to wear Asics and do some stretching. This wasn't helpful.

When I arrived at FDFAC, I was greeted by very friendly staff. Steve at the front desk is very sweet. Dr. Sanders did a complete evaluation including observing me walk and x-raying my feet. She found that I had a bone spur. She then set me up for an orthotic fitting. Jonathan, the physiatrist, did a great job at evaluating my foot. It did take a little while to get the right orthotics. The first pair were made too narrow, and the adjusted version didn't quite work. But Dr. Sanders kept on until we got it right. I now have a pair of well-fitting cushy orthotics that allow me to run again! Yeah!

A few things to know is that the office requires patients to call their insurance companies to figure out your insurance coverage BEFORE scheduling the appointment. Although this might seem tedious, I actually was relieved to know exactly what would be covered and not covered. After this, the insurance billing went smoothly."

- Daniela
San Francisco
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