Frequently Asked Questions
My Feet Are Killing Me
TLC is set to premiere the nine-part series My Feet Are Killing Me, which follows podiatrists and surgeons Ebonie Vincent and Brad Schaeffer. Patients of Dr. Vincent and Dr. Schaeffer undergo surgery to have their feet radically transformed and their lives changed forever. Each hour-long episode follows three patients who turn to the doctors to fix their unusual foot conditions
TLC | Thursdays 10PM ET/PT
Can I be on the Show?
Do you have the worst feet in America? Are your feet deformed, damaged, disfigured and disgusting? Are you embarrassed by your feet? Have you neglected your foot issues and now they are out of control? We want to help. You can email the producers of the show with your name, photo of your foot issue, your contact info and wait to hear back. Good luck!
Can I watch if I don’t have cable?
Short answer is Yes. Visit the TLC Show page for the latest episodes to watch on demand. This service is FREE with your TV subscription. You can also search YouTube.
Thursdays | 10PM ET/PT
What is a Podiatrist?
Podiatrists, podiatric physicians, and podiatric surgeons are all terms used to describe doctors of podiatric medicine (DPMs). All are uniquely qualified among medical professionals to treat the foot and ankle based on their education, training, and experience. The amount and type of surgical procedures performed by podiatrists may vary based on each individual’s training and experience and personal choice within their practice.
Do Podiatrist accept health Insurance?
Foot and ankle services provided by podiatrists are usually covered by health insurance plans and most podiatrists participate in private and public health insurance plans. However, not all podiatrists accept all insurance plans. To find out if your health insurance plan is accepted, contact the podiatrist’s office in advance. Also, check with your health insurance company regarding the foot and ankle services covered under your plan.
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