Welcome to the Bellevue Podiatric Physicians!  We hope that you will find our office caring and responsive to your foot and ankle needs.  


Please click on the blue box to download your 2 pages of intake forms. We would appreciate it if you would fill them out and bring them to your first visit!

To optimize your care we'd like to get you signed up on our 'patient portal', an electronic and secure way to keep us better in touch with you and your health.

Here's how:   An email will come from us asking you to register.  If you don't get this, please click the 'patient portal' button below.

1. When you register, a special code will be called or texted into your cell phone.  Use this to get into the portal the first time at which point you'll make your own password.

You can also use the patient portal to secure-message our doctors and staff. We will generally answer you more quickly than with a phone call.  

***If we are billing an insurance company on your behalf, a credit card on file is required.  This card will be used to cover any co-payments, co-insurances, deductible amounts, and/or any denied services.  After the claim is submitted to your insurance company, an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) will be sent to both the patient and physician reflecting any patient portions.  Once we have received this EOB, an email reflecting the charges will be sent to the email on file and 5 days following, the credit card on file will be charged.  It is your responsibility to know your insurance coverage and benefits, as we cannot guarantee payment.

We are really looking forward to seeing you and to participating in your healthcare,


 The Bellevue Podiatric Physicians


Canceling my appointment

We kindly ask that you cancel your appointment within a business day of your appointment so that we can accommodate other patients in need!


THE CHECKLIST:  What should I bring to the office?

Here's a checklist of what to bring to the office to maximize the benefits your appointment.

[ ] Your insurance card, credit card and photo ID.

[ ] Any paper forms you downloaded and filled out from our website.

[ ] A complete list of your medications.

[ ] Pants that can easily be rolled up.

[ ] Sandals, if you have ingrown toenail issues.

[ ] Previous x-rays or other imaging of your foot or ankle on a CD.

[ ] Old orthotics that have been used in the past or present.

[ ]  If being seen for a second opinion:  exam notes and labs from your previous doctor.

[ ]  Another set of ears?  It is often helpful to bring a friend or family member to help hear about your condition and plans for treatment.

[ ] Notes!  It is helpful to bring in a 'journal of symptoms' or at least have in mind what hurts the most, what is the quality of your pain (sharp, dull, radiating, tingling, throbbing), what makes it better or worse and what treatment has been tried.  If this is written down, it will be more reliable.