When you choose The Foot & Ankle Center to handle all of your podiatric needs, you will be receiving the best care from the most knowledgeable doctors in the Greater St. Louis region. Our professionals are friendly, caring, and up to date on the latest medical field advances. If you’re experiencing persistent pain in your feet or ankles, changes in the nails or skin on your feet, or severe cracking and peeling, don’t wait. Contact the experts at The Foot & Ankle Center today.
What to Expect on Your First Visit
As a first-time patient at The Foot & Ankle Center, you may be wondering what you can expect. Our patient-focused team is eager to meet you and will treat you like family. To make your first visit as productive as possible, please come to your appointment prepared with the following:
- Filled-out patient forms
- A list of medications and allergies
- Current insurance card and valid ID
- Anything else that might be relevant to your visit, such as current orthotics
Arriving 15 minutes early and with the appropriate paperwork will ensure that our doctors have everything they need to address your podiatric problems quickly and effectively.
We look forward to meeting you!
Your time is important to us. Please fill out the forms below prior to your first visit so we can provide you with the best possible foot and ankle care as soon as possible.
Our Accepted Insurances
The Foot & Ankle Center accepts nearly all insurance plans, including a variety of HMOs, PPOs, and other health plans. Please call our office to verify that we accept your particular insurance carrier.
Request an Appointment
Don’t let heel pain, ingrown toenails, or other podiatric concerns rule your life. Request an appointment to visit our knowledgeable doctors.
We also offer same-day appointments to help you address your foot and ankle problems and put your mind at ease. As a courtesy, please call our office right away if you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment or will be delayed for some reason. Appointments canceled less than 24 hours prior to your visit may result in a fee.
As always, if you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.