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Where are your podiatry offices?

We have podiatry offices throughout the Lehigh Valley: Allentown, Easton, East Stroudsburg, Lansford and Northampton, PA. Individual location info., maps and directions can be found by clicking here.

Do you have payment plans for patients without insurance plans?

We try to accommodate anyone needing treatment. If you do not have health care insurance, please call us at 610-330-9740 to inquire about our self-pay pricing and payment plans.

Do you accept credit cards?

We accept American Express, Mastercard and Visa for payment at the time of visit.

Do you accept my insurance plan?

We participate with the majority of healthcare insurers. For a complete listing please see our About page here.

How long will I have to wait for an appointment?

Most appointments can usually be made within that same week. If there is an emergency we can usually see the patient immediately provided the office is open. Click Here to Request an Appointment

Is full payment required at time of visit?

We do require that your deductible be paid in full at the time of the visit.

Who is responsible for getting physician referrals?

The patient is always responsible for getting their own referrals if one is required by your health care insurance.

Do you accept worker's compensation patients?

Yes, we will treat worker’s compensation claims.

Are custom orthoses (orthotics) available?

Yes, they are. You can have a digital scan of your feet taken in the office. Your custom inserts are made from this “map” of your feet.

Can X-RAYS be taken in the office?

Yes, they can. All of our offices are equipped with x-ray equipment.

Do you treat pediatric foot problems?

We treat all pediatric foot and ankle conditions, from warts and flat feet to pediatric foot and ankle deformities. For a more complete listing of treatments and services we provide visit our pediatric foot page.

Do you treat sports injuries?

Yes, we do treat sports injuries and can accommodate same-day emergency appointments. Our offices are equipped with diagnostic imaging equipment. For complete info, see our sports injuries page.

How long do custom orthotics last and will they continue to help me?

This is dependent upon the type of material used to make the custom orthotic. Polypropylene orthoses usually last 3-5 years. Graphite orthoses last more than 5 years, and leather orthoses last about 3 years.

How do orthotics help correct foot problems?

Orthotic inserts stabilize the foot and prevent improper motion. They allow the muscle and other soft tissue structures to function properly.

How much is the initial office visit?

If you are utilizing your insurance coverage, we can assist you in confirming any co-pay or co-insurance you would be responsible for. If you are self-pay, please call us at 610-330-9740 to inquire.