An ultrasound aims sound waves at a specifically-targeted area of the body to produce and record an image. A podiatrist would use ultrasound images to properly diagnose and treat injuries to ligaments, cartilage, or tendons of the foot or ankle, as well as soft tissue abnormalities or growths.
Very nice and polite!!! They make sure that you’re treated the right way.
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Everyone at the office is extremely professional and friendly. Appointments are easily made and of course the doctors are great!
I especially appreciate the friendly, respectful reception by the staff and the on-time care and attention to small (and big) problems provided by Dr. Stevens.
Wonderful care. Great staff, helpful and efficient. Dr. Stevens got me healed up and back to work.
Not only is Dr. Stevens an amazing Dr., he is kind and patient. Having an elderly father, he always took the time to make him feel comfortable and welcome. Thank you Dr. Stevens for your professionalism and and for your kind disposition! The world is blessed to have such a great, kind and wonderful Doctor. […]
I had wonderful care by Dr. Stevens. He took the time to listen to what I said & validated my concerns. Never kept me waiting and has flexible office hours. I am extremely pleased with my treatment.
Dr. Stevens is a brilliant podiatrist! I always know that my feet are well taken care of because Dr. Stevens is highly knowledgeable. He frequently attends seminars to learn about the latest procedures and medicines. He is wise, kind, and he has a great sense of humor as well. I highly recommend him!
Still want more feedback on numbness, but understand waiting. Ingrown nail procedure was the 5th I’ve had, and the first that was 100% pain free. Doctor was thorough, answered all my questions politely, and gave me some confidence this would all go away on its own. Glad I chose this place.
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