Best 30 Physicians Surgeons Podiatrists in Eugene, OR with Reviews -
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By: Valerie D.
Loveland, Lacey J
I'm a diabetic 30 yrs I'm starting to experience complications,Dr Loveland saved most of my toe ,my wound care doc said I would most likely lose my whole toe or even my foot.Doctor Loveland came to see me for the 1 st time while I was in the hospital she said she would do everything she could to help me keep my toe and that she did ,she took me in and her and her staff did everything to help me thru a horrible time in my life.Im sorry I hadn't found her sooner ,if I had I am covienced i would still have my toe ,the infection got out of hand.Im happy I have her now ,ever 2 month my daughter also diabetic and I go in and have our feet checked and nails safely cut,we call it other mother daughter date.I absolutely love this doctor and her staff .I must say Robin Doctor Lovelands assistant Fitted me into the best pair of diabetic shoes I have ever had ,not only do they support my feet perfectly I also get compliments.Im so thankful to have Doctor Loveland I know she truly cares .
By: Oneloneg S.
Todd A Muhly Dpm
Great Podiatrist, takes care if my mother very well. He is a nice and understanding Doctor.
By: Holly J.
McKinney, Philip F DPM
I saw Dr. McKinney for pain after having run my first marathon. The urgent care took x-rays and told me I had a stress fracture. Dr. McKinney felt that I had strained a muscle between the bones in my foot. Two days of deep tissue massage work with a topical cream that he prescribed and I was back up and running in week. He also gave me instructions on what type of shoes to buy so I do not have this problem again. Two months now and training for the Portland Marathon.
By: mimimc2235
Monson Melisa DPM PC,
I visited with Dr. Monson back in April of 2013 regarding a neuroma and hammertoe. Upon looking at my x-rays mind you she informed me that the problem could be solved by throwing all my shoes out and getting wider shoes. At that point she traced my foot...showed me how to measure whether a shoe will fit...and handed me a catalog from which to purchase shoes wide enough. She then sent me out the door. I really struggled because if you look at my foot it really appears something isn't right. Well I set up another appointment for a second opinion at Slocum Center. The first thing they did was take an x-ray. I then saw a doctor...who took one look at the foot and said...there is absolutely nothing I can do for you , you need to be seen by a surgeon. I just returned from the surgeon and I have to have surgery sooner than later. I have 3 dislocated metatarsals need to shortened and I need to have my big toe fused. He also told me I could wear any shoe I it wasn't caused by the shoes. So you make your decision.
Tips & Advices
Examples of podiatric specialties include orthopedics, primary care, sports medicine, surgery, podopediatrics​, and wound care and management.
Podiatrists can perform surgery on the foot, ankle, and related lower extremity structures. These procedures can range from noninvasive to reconstructive.
Podiatrists can provide stem cell therapy, custom orthotics, foot and ankle surgery, and treatment for toenail fungus, common foot issues, and ingrown nails, among many other services.
Every visit with a podiatrist varies depending on the condition and the amount of discussion and treatment necessary. Initial appointments can last up to 45 minutes, while subsequent routine meetings take at least 30 minutes.
In most cases, foot and ankle services that podiatrists provide are covered by health insurance. Not all podiatrists participate in all health insurance plans, however. Consult your specific coverage to better understand its podiatry offerings.

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