Corrective Step Foot Health Center          503-624-0364

Ejiro Isiorho, DPM, FACFAOM, AACFAS, PC

Normal and Routine Services Provided

Achilles Tendon Injury


Ankle Sprains


Arthritic foot & ankle care


Bunions


Corns & Calluses


Diabetic Foot Care


Flat feet


Ingrown toenails


Neuromas


Orthotics


Onychomycosis (fungal nails)


Sports medicine related injuries


Surgical Services


Podiatric dermatology


Wound care

  • Achilles Tendon Injury
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Arthritic foot & ankle care
  • Bunions
  • Corns & Calluses
  • Diabetic Foot Care
  • Flat feet
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Neuromas
  • Orthotics
  • Onychomycosis (fungal nails)
  • Sports medicine related injuries
  • Surgical Services
  • Podiatric dermatology
  • Wound care
  • WHAT TO EXPECT

    Is this the first time you have visited a podiatrist? Well, don’t worry. This handy guide will prepare you for your appointment and help make the most of your time with the foot and ankle expert.


    Before Your Visit:


    • Make a list of your symptoms and questions.
    • Make a list of all medications and any previous surgeries.
    • Gather and bring important medical records and laboratory test reports from other doctors or hospitals (including X-rays, MRIs, and lab results).
    • Check with your insurance provider to see if a referral is needed.
    • Call before your visit to tell the office if you have special needs.
    • Bring a friend or family member if you think it will be helpful.
    • If your problem involves walking and/or exercise, bring your walking/exercise shoes with you to the appointment.


    During Your Visit:


    • Go over your list of questions.
    • If you do not understand an answer, be sure to ask for further explanation.
    • Take notes and listen carefully.
    • Discuss your symptoms and any recent changes you may have noticed.
    • Tell your podiatrist if you are pregnant or if you are trying to get pregnant.
    • Let your podiatrist know if you are being treated by other doctors.


    After Your Visit:


    • Prepare for any tests your podiatrist orders.
    • Ask about what you need to do to get ready, possible side effects, and when you can expect results.
    • Ask when and how the test results will be made available to you.
    • Schedule a follow-up appointment (if necessary) before you leave your podiatrist’s office.
    • Call your podiatrist’s office and ask for your test results if you do not hear from the office when you are supposed to.
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