There are several podiatrists that work at this location, but our favorite by far is Dr. Horwitz. He is the founder of Feet for Life and has performed the needed surgeries on my child.
When you walk in to the building, you will note that the reception area is clean and filled with reading material for your wait. Most of the time the wait is 5 minutes or less after the scheduled appointment time to be moved to an exam room. However, we have waited as much as 40 minutes in the waiting room, with no explanation as for the wait. (We didn’t see Dr. H. on the visit.) Another cool thing in the reception area is the Shaq memorabilia. There is an autographed shoe, a photo and a certificate of authenticity.
Once into an exam room, you are given the initial evaluation by a nurse/tech. Then you wait for the doctor. Sometimes it is only a few minutes, and sometimes the wait is lengthier.
Procedures are explained in detail. Questions are answered. I have never felt as though I was being talked down to or that I had asked a silly question. The whole experience is typically quite comfortable. My family has had several visits to Feet for Life for more routine things as well as surgery. We have been for the most part happy with our results.
The only real negative is the exam room layout. There seems to be an older portion of the building where the layout is more open, that is, you have to walk through a huge open patient area to get to other exam rooms, and people having treatments in these areas have no privacy. We prefer the new exams rooms where you don’t have to share an area with other patients or walk past other patients receiving treatment. I like Feet for Life enough to recommend it to others.