Initial Visit

During your initial visit with us, we will ask you to complete a patient information form for our office. For your convenience, you can print this form, and complete it prior to coming in for your appointment.

Your first appointment with one of our doctors will include a detailed history and lower extremity examination as it relates to your particular problem. Though we are foot specialists, we are also concerned with our patients general well-being and overall health. There are many systemic medical problems that may affect the feet. Often, your Podiatrist may be the first to diagnose or suspect conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, gout, poor circulation, nerve problems, or other conditions. Patients with diabetes are prone to develop serious foot problems and therefore, need to be under the regular care of both their Medical Doctor and Podiatrist.

Note to Medicare Patients

Routine foot care may not be covered under your Medicare coverage. If you are a Medicare patient, please read more in our Insurance Section

Patient Resources


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Surgery

If you have any questions that are not answered in these documents please email Danielle at surgery@tlhpodiatry.com or call her at (850) 878-6998 ext. 115

Ingrown Toenail After Care Instructions

Diabetic Shoes

Please Note: It is mandatory to have primary care physicians encounter note accompanyng this document in order to dispense the shoes. If you have any questions that aren't answered in the document, please email clinical@tlhpodiatry.com.

Orthotics

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