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Dr. Elina Bover

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)

4.98 (216)
Next Available: Fri, May 31

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Biography

Education and Background

Education and training

New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Specialty
Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)
NPI number
1356387922

Reviews

4.98 Based on
3 platforms
Zocdoc logo Zocdoc
5.0 (206)
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4.6 (9)
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5.0 (1)
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Sep 25, 2018 Y C
She took care of my dad's toe and foot issues. There were slight infections on both toes and for a long time my dad just ignore the slight pain and the skin of his heels would crack in the winter. Also his toe nails were too thick for him to cut on his own. Dr. Bover, over a period of two years, had patiently trimmed and treated his mild infections. Now, the infection is gone and the toe nails is looking much better. Thank you to Dr. Bover.
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May 6, 2021 Larisa Fay
This doctor is the best foot doctor I’ve ever been to. She is always caring and always heels my whole family with their feet problems. Definitely the best foot Dr. I know!
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Jan 5, 2022 Vanessa J.
Great bedside manner, listens, and helped me get rid of my stubborn wart! Would recommend for sure. Thanks Doctor!
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Dec 13, 2019 Zarif Shavkatov
The best doctor , I had problem with my toes , came here she treated like nothing , I recommend Elena for everyone that have foot problem. The BEST DOCTOR!!👍👍👍
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Mar 29, 2017 Lissa Rivers
The single worst experience I have ever had with a doctor! I made an appointment through ZocDoc. I was contacted shortly after by the office informing me of incorrect information about my insurance. I've been preceded to contact my insurance company and placed a conference call to the office to clarify the information. I requested a doctor call back, that never happened. When I got to my appointment I was greeted by a rude unprofessional front desk lady and the doctor. I asked the doctor if she had received my message. She said she did but didn't provide a reason for not returning my call. I explainef to her my frustration with the front desk woman who handle my insurance information. The doctor took a very defensive approach and made it seem as if I was in the wrong. Again, I called my insurance company and placed the call on speaker so she would hear the information directly from my insurance company. She proceeded to go back and forth with my insurance company. HIGHLY UNPROFESSIONAL. I spent far more time fighting over insurance information then I have ever had in any previous doctor visit. It became painfully obvious the doctor did not have any interest in servicing me as a patient. Save yourself the experience of dealing with an unprofessional environment and find a better doctor.
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Costs with Blue Cross/Blue Shield (any - including Anthem, Empire, etc.)

New patient office visit
up to $247*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Minimal complexity
up to $107*
Low complexity
up to $134*
Moderate complexity
up to $154*
High complexity
up to $247*
X-ray of foot
up to $65*
2 X-ray views
up to $58*
3 X-ray views
up to $65*
X-ray of ankle
up to $70*
2 X-ray views
up to $44*
3 X-ray views
up to $70*
Destruction of lesion (abnormal skin)
up to $232*
Destruction of premalignant lesion (e.g. actinic keratosis); first lesion
up to $158*
Destruction of premalignant lesion (e.g. actinic keratosis); 2-14 lesions
up to $7*
Destruction (eg. electrosurgery, cryosurgery, surgical curettement) of benign lesions (e.g. wart)
up to $232*
Removal of abnormal (e.g. ingrown), diseased, or infected nails
up to $355*
Removal of 1 to 5 abnormal, diseased or infected nails
up to $62*
Removal of 6+ abnormal, diseased or infected nails
up to $88*
Removing nail plate using avulsion
up to $198*
Wedge excision of skin of nail fold
up to $313*
Permanent removal of nail
up to $355*
Trigger point injection (to treat muscle pain)
up to $134*
Injection for plantar fasciitis
up to $121*
Injection into single tendon
up to $134*
Injection into 1-2 muscles
up to $102*
Injection into 3+ muscles
up to $117*
Removal of corns or calluses
up to $146*
Trimming of one callus or corn
up to $106*
Trimming of 2-4 calluses or corns
up to $129*
Trimming of 5+ calluses or corns
up to $146*
Extremity ultrasound (i.e. foot)
up to $127*
Extremity ultrasound (1 unit)
up to $127*
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Price Breakdown

Typical treatment path for Foot Consultation
These are the most common services patients usually receive during their Foot Consultation appointment.
New patient office visit
up to $247*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Most common service(s)
Low complexity
up to $134*
Other service(s)
Minimal complexity
up to $107*
Moderate complexity
up to $154*
High complexity
up to $247*

Predicted total:
up to $134*
* depends on your specific insurance (copay, deductible, coverage, etc.)