Getting the Most from Your Custom Orthotics

Please observe the following instructions to ensure that you are optimizing the use of foot orthotics made specifically for you.  Thank you. Instructions on Trimming Orthotics 1.  Your orthotics should be worn on a gradual break-in schedule.  Please do not wear them full time without an acclimation period.  Wear your orthotics one hour the first day, … Read moreGetting the Most from Your Custom Orthotics

Seattle Peripheral Vascular Disease (Poor Circulation in the Foot) Doctor

Peripheral arterial disease is a condition when not enough blood flow reaches the foot.  The blood circulation to the foot is the most important vital sign.  It is the determining factor of whether wounds, infections and surgeries can heal, or become worse and gangrenous.  Smokers and diabetics are at risk for poor circulation, as well … Read moreSeattle Peripheral Vascular Disease (Poor Circulation in the Foot) Doctor

Washington State Podiatric Medical Association Annual Conference

Dr. Hoy attended this year’s annual conference of the Washington State Podiatric Medical Association from April 28-30, 2017.  As part of the State’s requirements for licensure, 100 hours of continuing education is required every two years, and this meeting is a part of that.  The conference took place at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue, Washington. … Read moreWashington State Podiatric Medical Association Annual Conference

Preparing for Your Independent Medical Examination

You were directed to this site because you were recently scheduled with our office to have an independent medical examination. An independent medical examination is a report from an unbiased third party doctor that has been requested by a case manager or attorney regarding a claim such as for worker’s compensation, an accident, etc. Dr. … Read morePreparing for Your Independent Medical Examination