Best 30 Physicians Surgeons Podiatrists in Lincoln, NE with Reviews - YP.com

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07/19/2016
By: Kim M.
Dr. Teresa K Burnap, DPM
The doctors, assistants and front staff and billing are amazing people to work with. However in the nearly 2 years I was at the clinic we had a turn over rate of nearly 30 employees, which of course made our patients wonder what could be the problem. Some of our patients were used to seeing the same assistant with their doctor. The office management was handled poorly and unprofessionally on many levels. I feel that there was much favoritism within the office manager and other employees, I believe that in an office managerial position there should be a little more tact and less immature actions and fairness throughout the staff. The high turn over rate had nothing to do with the doctors, or the position, this was continually about the vibe of the office and how uncomfortable we were made to feel. This is not about the performance or knowledge of the physicians, this is an office manager issue, poor manager, that is where the problem lies, which is the reason I gave it only 2 stars.
08/10/2017
By: C N.
Complete Family Foot Care
Dr. Trotter has excellent knowledge and experience and has treated me with respect and dignity. I also took my daughter to her for multiple warts and these cleared without the typical pain she would have endured at a family doctor.
12/11/2013
By: jasonpeplinski1
Dr. Teresa K Burnap, DPM
Comforting staff abs personable Dr. made my surgery an easy stress free experience.
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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