Please click to learn about some of the Conditions We Treat.
Please click to learn about our medical, biomechanical and surgical services, including:
Injuries and Sports Medicine: x-rays, offweighting, extracorporeal shockwave therapy, physical therapy and foot trauma surgery
Non-surgical Care: board-certified conservative and non-surgical treatments
Custom Orthotics: prescription corrective devices of all types, functional and accommodative
Limb Preservation: diabetic foot care, wound care, offweighting, compression, surgery, infection control
Surgery: board-certified reconstructive foot surgery such as neuromas, bunions and hammertoes, non-reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery, and office surgeries
Pediatrics and Geriatrics: medicine and surgery for children and our community elders
We prevent, diagnose and treat all conditions affecting the foot and ankle, including injuries and deformities, from the simple to complex, in patients of all ages. We also detect diseases that exhibit warning signs in the lower extremities such as diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Hoy will effectively diagnose your foot problem and recommend courses of action for treatment. Treatment is rendered after a plan is collaborated and decided between the patient and the doctor.
Dr. Hoy looks for conservative, non-surgical solutions first. However, when conservative methods are not producing the expected results, then surgery may be the necessary option to resolve the condition.
Dr. Hoy is experienced in treating injuries and sports medicine, bunions and hammertoes, arthritis, infections, diabetic foot and wound care, and orthotics. He is a specialist in reconstructive foot surgery and limb preservation. We work closely with your primary care provider and other specialists to coordinate your total care.
“Recurrent sporting and orthopedic challenges have meant I have visited podiatrists before. Dr Hoy compares extremely favorably with the best I had previously attended, from prompt, courteous and thorough front desk support to detailed history, careful examination and thorough explanation of the pathology and proposed management.” -Dr. Stephen S., MD