We know your time is valuable, and this is why making an appointment with our practice is quick & simple.

For new patient appointments, please feel free to give us a call or complete the short form on our Contact Page to request a new patient appointment. In the message section of this form, please give us a few time options that work well for your schedule. We will try our very best to accommodate you and respond in a timely manner. For existing patients who need to book an appointment, please feel free to either call our office or use our secure Patient Portal.

Please also keep in mind that, depending on your insurance carrier and your specific insurance plan, a referral to our practice from your primary care physician is not always required.

We realize that becoming a new patient takes a little bit of effort, but we can assure you that we will make this process as simple and hassle-free as possible. Please also never forget that we are happy to help you in any way that we can. Quality patient care is our passion and our commitment.

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Don't have time to be here early to complete paperwork? No problem. Print and complete these forms at your convenience and simply bring them along to your appointment. If you do not already have ADOBE READER installed on your computer, you may click on the link to download it free of charge.



We are passionate about the foot. The feet are an amazing part of the body that most people take for granted until problems arise. As firm believers in prevention, we do encourage our patients to prevent foot problems in themselves and their loved ones by realizing how important a role feet actually serve! Here are a few fun facts about the feet for you to consider...

  • There are 52 bones in a pair of human feet. That’s 25% of all the bones in the human body. When these bones are out of alignment, so is the rest of the body.
  • The average person will walk around 115,000 miles in a lifetime, that's more than 4 times around the Earth!
  • Women experience foot problems 4 times more often than men. Not surprising when you consider that 9 out of 10 women wear shoes that are too small for their feet!
  • The pressure on the feet when running can be as much as 4 times the runner’s body weight!
  • During the 1st year of a child’s life their feet grow rapidly , reaching almost half of their adult size.
  • Typically in a person’s mid-30’s, the natural fat pads on the bottoms of the feet made of collagen & elastin gradually start to thin out, causing foot pain by the end of the day unless properly cushioned footwear is worn.

  • Source: – Your Foot Health Network

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