Manchester Podiatry have expert witness podiatrists that prepare medico-legal podiatry reports for the courts. We have experts in all areas of podiatry and are, therefore, able to offer medico-legal reports in all areas of podiatry and podiatric medicine. The types of podiatric medico-legal reports provided by Manchester Podiatry include (but are not limited to) musculoskeletal and biomechanical, paediatric, and injury.
The medico-legal reports provided by Manchester Podiatry are provided by HPC registered podiatrists, all of whom are members of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, which ensures that our podiatrists are up to date with treatment methods and research.
Our podiatrists at Manchester Podiatry can provide a medico-legal report advising on:
- Present and future podiatric treatment requirements
- Cost of treatment
- Functional ability (past, present and future)
- Potential improvement
How much does a report cost?
Our podiatric medico-legal reports are charged at an hourly rate. If you require a podiatric medico-legal report, upon an initial enquiry a quotation will be provided. The cost of the report will take into account the assessment, any travel costs, and report preparation. All costs involved in the podiatric medico-legal report will be detailed in the quotation.
Further reports, meetings and court appearances, that may be required are also charged on a per hour basis.
How to instruct Manchester Podiatry
To make an initial enquiry please email email@example.com
or call 0161 883 0099
. We will then provide you with a quotation. Prior to an assessment taking place Manchester Podiatry require instruction via email or writing.
How long will the Medico-Legal podiatry report take?
An initial assessment will be arranged within two weeks of receipt of instruction. The podiatric report will be provided within one week of the initial assessment taking place. The total time from instruction to report is on average three weeks.
To arrange a medico-legal report from one of our expert podiatrists please call 0161 883 0099
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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