Podiatry

Why choose to consult with a podiatrist?


Podiatrists are specialists in assessing, diagnosing, and treating foot and foot related disorders.
Foot pain and dysfunction can manifest in many different ways. We will develop a management
plan that is right for you or a family member or friend.


Whether it is a thickened unsightly toenail, an infected ingrown toenail that requires surgical
intervention, or perhaps a painful corn or warts – we provide effective solutions to your foot
problems.


We are committed to providing exceptional footcare for all your footcare needs in a warm,
caring environment and our focus is always on you, our valued patient.

What to expect at your first visit:


We would appreciate you arriving 10 minutes early for your first appointment. This helps to
ensure the relevant paperwork is completed which includes a medical history, which is an
essential as part of developing an individualized management plan.


We suggest bringing at least one pair of your regular footwear. Observing patterns of wear to
your footwear can be a valuable tool in the clinical assessment process. In addition, features of
footwear can sometimes cause, exacerbate, or help relieve an issue. If your problem is gait
(walking) related, a pair of shorts maybe needed for a more in-depth assessment of the feet
and legs.

Our podiatrists may take a photo of your feet and legs for reference. If the problem also
involves the lower limb, a video of your walking pattern may also be taken.

Will the treatment be painful?


We make every attempt to minimize any discomfort you might experience as a result of your
foot problem. The vast majority of patients will not experience any pain as a result of our care.
We use a variety of techniques and treatment models to help ensure your visit is a pleasant and
satisfying experience.

No physician referral is necessary for treatment or foot orthotics, although we work closely
physicians and other health care providers, to ensure continuity of care and communication.
Our services are covered by most insurance plans.

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