New Patient Forms

We are so happy that you are interested in Foxhall Podiatry Associates, PC! This page will help prepare you for your first visits and will ensure that the doctor has all of the needed information to guarantee that you receive the best possible care. Being prepared for your initial appointment will to help relieve any unnecessary anxiety you may be feeling.

Within this page you can find our mission statement, information about our staff, and our office hours. We have also included patient registration forms that you can download and complete for your first visit. These forms will help us to obtain background information, medical history, and any specific treatments you are seeking. If you would prefer, you can arrive 15 minutes prior to your initial visit to complete the forms.

Patient Forms

Please print and complete these forms to expedite your initial visit.

Our Office

Bunions

What are Bunions? A bunion—also called Hallux Valgus—is a bump that appears inside the foot, around the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint (near the big toe). This bump is actually a bone protruding towards the inside of the big foot. Left untreated, bunions can cause sever pain and even hinder walking abilities. Bunions are a common problem … Read more

Diabetic Foot Care

People with diabetes are much more likely to suffer nerve damage, circulation problems, and infections—all problems that directly affect the feet. The lack of feeling and poor blood flow caused by poor diabetes management can allow a small blister or wound to progress into a serious infection that could lead to amputation. Nerve damage—also called … Read more

Heel Spurs

What is a Heel Spur? A heel spur is calcium deposit located underneath the heel that causes small pieces of bone to protrude. Pain associated with heel spurs is often confused with another condition called plantar fasciitis—which refers to inflammation in plantar fascia ligament. A heel spur, on the other hand, is a piece of … Read more

Ingrown Toenails

An ingrown toenail—also referred to as onychocryptosis—is a common problem that occurs when the edges or corners of the nail grow into the skin next to the nail. When this happens, the edge of the nail breaks through the skin, which causes inflammation. This inflammation initially presents itself as a minor discomfort, but it could … Read more