Proudly serving Charlottesville and the surrounding communities since 1999.
THANK YOU DAILY PROGRESS READERS AND AFFA FANS FROM ALL AROUND!
Don't have any health insurance or have an unaffordable high deductible plan? Don't let that stop you from getting professional foot care! We offer a direct pay discount to patients without adequate insurance coverage.
Our office charges a flat discounted fee of $90*per patient visit.
This charge includes a consultation and examination by one of our board-certified podiatrists and any medically necessary same day in-office treatment. Need an xray - that is included. Need an injection - that is included. Need a painful callus shaved - that is included. Whatever your foot ailment, we can evaluate and treat it for $90*.
No insurance filing, no confusing paperwork, no surprise bills.
We are committed to providing high quality professional podiatric health care to all those community members in need of our services. You should not have to live with foot pain just because you don't have adequate health insurance coverage!
Call our office today (434) 979-0728 to schedule your appointment.
*Supplies (braces, orthotics, arch supports, paddings, etc.) and foot care products (creams, ointments, antifungal solutions, etc.) dispensed from our office are NOT included. No insurance billing or filing of an insurance claim will be processed.
The office will open at 10AM on Wednesday March 21st due to potential winter weather.
Any patients with medical emergencies will need to contact their primary care physician or report to the closest Urgent Care / Emergency Department.
Our physicians will not be in the office but our staff will be available during usual business hours to answer scheduling or billing questions during this time.We will resume normal office hours on Thursday March 8th.
Have a safe and healthy spring break.
Effective November 1st, 2017, our office will no longer participate with HUMANA Gold Plus HMO health insurance policies. We still accept all Humana Gold PPO and PFFS policies. Please call to clarify your insurance coverage - especially if you have recently switched from another Medicare plan.
Do you have a ballet dancer in your family? Did you know that Dr. Heather Snyder is the Medical Director for the Charlottesville Ballet? She is a member of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science and has been specifically trained to perform pre-pointe assessments. For $90 Dr. Snyder will assess postural stability, strength, flexibility and perform a radiologic assessment of your dancer to determine if she can safely dance on pointe.
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Our practice specializes in the conservative care of disorders of the foot and ankle.
hammertoes and bunions
diabetic foot and wound care
ingrown and fungal toenails
corns and calluses
arthritis and joint pain
sports medicine (strains and sprains)
dance medicine(pointe evaluations)
heel and arch pain
plantar warts and other benign skin conditions
Our board-certified physicians are trained to provide quality podiatric care for the entire family - children, students, athletes, dancers, diabetics, and seniors.
X-rays services are available on site.
We are currently accepting new patients. Urgent care, second-opinions, and physican-referred patients are always welcome. Call early for same-day appointments!. (See our "About Our Practice" page for office hours.)
Call (434) 979-0728 for arrangements or more information.
Here's a sample of some of the questions our doctors answer everyday...
What's this lump on my foot?
Is this a bunion or a hammertoe?
Do I need surgery?
When can my daughter start pointe training?
I need new shoes. What should I buy?
Do I need orthotics?
Why does my heel hurt when I get out of bed in the morning?
Why are my feet or toes burning?
How can I strengthen my weak arches and ankles?
How can I get rid of this corn or callus?
Is this a wart?
Can I cure toenail fungus?
How can I get rid of this ingrown toenail for good?