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The Walk-In Clinic is open Monday-Thursday 3:15pm - 4:15pm. Please call for availability.

HOURS

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3:15pm to 4:15pm Monday through Thursday each week.

These are the dates walk in will be closed:

  • Monday March 11 through Thursday March 14, 2024
  • Monday April 29, 2024
  • Monday July 22 through Thursday July 25
  • Monday July 29 through Thursday August 1

We will update our site frequently for any closures.

We only address one problem during Walk In Foot Clinic out of respect of time for other patients who need to be seen. At this time, we are not accepting new patients during the walk-in clinic.

WHEN SHOULD I USE WALK-IN CLINIC?
Please use Walk-In Clinic to address the following foot/ankle symptoms:

- Swelling of the foot or leg
- Aching
- Pain
- New Injury
- Discomfort
- Discoloration
- Possible Fracture
- Infection
- Ingrown Toenail
- Wound or sore on the foot

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO WALK-IN CLINIC?
To expedite your wait time and service, please bring the Registration Form, photo ID, insurance card(s) and medication list (if applicable).

If you are being referred by a doctor's office, please bring your referral and a disc of any radiological imaging performed (X-ray, US, MRI, etc.) OR have your referral and imaging report faxed to our office at (913) 364-1160.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WALK-IN CLINIC VS AN APPOINTMENT?
Walk-In Clinic is for ACUTE foot and/or ankle symptoms. If you are not experiencing ACUTE symptoms, an appointment may be more appropriate.

Walk-In Clinic is not to be used to substitute follow-up appointments that were missed.

Non-urgent issues such as nail fungus, callus shaving, consultation for future procedures/recommendations, prescription refills and nail debridement/thickened toenails will be addressed at a scheduled appointment and will not be seen at Walk In Foot Clinic.

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