Membership Plans and Pricing

Initial visit is $119 and includes a comprehensive Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare service utilizing private label products dedicated to the dry, dehydrated diabetic and advanced age foot, in the privacy of your own treatment room.  Non-invasive vascular studies for assessment of peripheral blood flow, and neurologic testing for sensation mapping are part of this unique best practice medical pedicure model for the at-risk foot.  Every diabetic and advanced age foot requires comprehensive monthly care, therefore, we have created a membership-based model to ensure your needs are met month after month.

SMC//EXTREMITY presents three membership plans based on the needs of the at-risk foot determined from screening, risk stratification, and diagnostics performed during the initial Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare visit.  Upon completion of the visit, we educate you or your loved one on the risk level for ulceration and subsequent amputation.  We then recommend the appropriate membership plan that meets your needs.  If you recognize the value, enjoy the superior medical and aesthetic components of the medical pedicure + therapeutic skincare visit, and decide to become a member, your initial visit price will be reduced to your membership level pricing (example $119 reduced to $85 for Low Risk Foot Membership Plan).

Individual Membership Plans

Low Risk Foot $85/Monthly

Annual (1) Comprehensive Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare Visit and (11) Routine Monthly Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare Visits.

Moderate Risk Foot $89/ Monthly

Bi-Annual (2) Comprehensive Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare Visits and (10) Routine Monthly Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare Visits.

High Risk Foot $95/Monthly

Quarterly (4) Comprehensive Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare Visits and (8) Routine Monthly Medical Pedicure + Therapeutic Skincare Visits

An estimated 550 million people will be diagnosed worldwide by 2030.
Diabetes is a worldwide catastrophe currently affecting approximately 29 million people in the United States.
An individual suffering from diabetes has a 1-in-4 chance of developing a wound over the course of their lifetime.
Greater than 50% of all wounds become infected and approximately 20% of all infected wounds of the lower extremity lead to amputation.
There are currently 6.5 million patients in the United States who require wound care on a regular basis.