Updated Office Hours

As of Monday, May 18, 2020, our office will resume our normal practice of providing safe and effective foot and ankle care to our patients with limited hours. For those of you that wish to schedule a doctor's appointment or physical therapy, our staff is available Mon-Fri, 9 AM - 12 PM, to help you schedule, or you can use our online scheduler to setup an appointment. Prior to scheduling an in-office visit, please ask yourself the following questions:

1. Have you traveled within the last 14 days?
2. Have you had any contact with anyone with confirmed COVID-19?
3. Have you had any of these symptoms in the last 14 days?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact your primary care provider for further instructions.

If you answered no to the above questions, we'd be more than happy to see you in our office, but it is required that you wear a face mask prior to entering the building. When you arrive, we will go over the aforementioned questions again, as well as take your temperature before putting you into a room.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, OSHA, and local government officials, our staff has all tested negative for COVID-19 and we'll continue disinfecting patient rooms, door handles, and counter-tops between each and every patient. There will be numerous hand sanitizers placed throughout the office for your convenience. 

For those that wish to stay home, our office will continue to offer virtual visits, which will allow you to use your cell phone or tablet to video conference with one of our physicians. Please contact our office to schedule these at (248)348-5300.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Associated Podiatrists, P.C.

Associated Podiatrists PC

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