By Dr. Mitchell Waskin
October 12, 2014
Category: Our Clinic
Tags: spa  

 

  

We got such a great response from our earlier walk-through video, we thought we'd give you an update on the progress we've made on the new, expanded clinic. (See our previous walk-through video tour here.)

We start off our video tour in the waiting room, and while this isn't our final furniture, this area looks a lot better than it did in our last video. Our business office is finally ready, and we have work stations for everyone now.

Our new, expanded medical-grade spa is open now, although we still have some little tweaks to make to it. Our spa has the latest and greatest new spa chairs, which allow you to get a nice massage if you like, while you're getting your pedicure.

Down the hallway will be an area offering retail supplies, so you don't have to run all over town looking for foot supplies. This will also be the area where our pedorthist, or shoe specialist, will be fitting medical-grade shoes and diabetic shoes. There will also be an area to do casting for custom shoes and custom shoe inserts. There will also be a physical therapy room down this hall.

In the back area, we've cut through the entrance to our new clinic area. As you can see, the new clinical area is still being built out, but it will include our surgery area, a sterilization room for cleaning all our surgical instruments, and patient rooms. Currently, the area that used to be our waiting area and business office is one large open area that the construction team is transforming into a new clinical area. There will be an X-ray room, with patient rooms in a circle around the X-ray room, plus a nurses' station.

In our new, expanded clinic, we'll have much greater capacity to treat you and to see patients without any significant wait time. We look forward to seeing you at the all-new Foot & Ankle Center! It should be ready in about a month, but if you need to see us sooner, just give us a call at 804-320-FOOT, or request an appointment online. We'll see you soon.

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