Do you accept my health insurance?
We accept most healthcare plans, however insurance companies frequently make changes. Contact us, and a member of our staff can verify your coverage.
What can I do to speed up things at my first visit?
Filling out paperwork is nobody’s favorite activity, yet it’s an important first step in getting you the best medical care. . It can be time-consuming, and it’s sometimes difficult to provide a lot of information when you don’t feel well. Oregon Foot & Ankle Specialists provides the New Patient Form and Notice of Privacy for download. Complete the both forms in the comfort of your home, and bring them to your appointment along with your picture identification and insurance card.
What's the easiest way to make an appointment?
Can I make a same day appointment?
Yes, please call our office today for availability 503-292-9252. We have two convenient locations in Beaverton and Sherwood, OR
Where can I read about my condition?
We’ve provided a Learning page with links to information and resources, published by credible sources.
What is HyperBlue Laser?
I want to fix my bunions in time for Summer...
Recovery from surgery to correct bunions can take several weeks, so expect to be off your feet for a while. Do not delay correction of your bunions, and don’t wait for sandal weather either. The most convenient time to get ‘er done is when you already to plan to be indoors and least active. More bunion info…
Do you treat kids?
Yes, exams of the foot and ankle are important to ensure your child’s proper growth. Your doctor can check their gait and if they are walking properly. It prevents future foot problems.
What is an orthotic?
An orthotic is an insert, either soft or firm, which replaces the insole of your regular shoe. It can be classified as custom or over the counter. Talk to your doctor today about what is best for your foot.
What can I do about fallen arches?
Many individuals suffering from flat feet may not feel pain at all, while other experience severe pain in the arch area. The most common treatment option is orthotic therapy which helps manage the pain associated with flat feet. Custom made insoles supports the arch and provide stability for flat feet.
What are ingrown toenails?
Ingrown toenails are one of the most common foot conditions that people experience. While it’s not usually a very serious condition, an ingrown toenail can be very painful, uncomfortable and unsightly. If not treated properly, an ingrown toenail can cause infection and other complications.
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New Patient Forms
Preparing for your first visit? Download the New Patient Forms. Complete the paperwork in the comfort and convenience of your home, and bring them to your appointment.