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When you need a foot and ankle specialist you can trust, Fremont Podiatrists Group is here to help. Our doctors listen to your needs and will diagnose and treat you with the latest in medical care. Our office provides you a comfortable setting with a friendly staff that will do everything possible to help you get comfortably back on your feet. We provide the most up to date technologies for all conditions, along with on site digital x-rays.
We are board certified podiatrists serving the East Bay cities (Fremont, Hayward, Union City, Newark, Pleasanton, Livermore, San Leandro and Oakland). We do our best to ensure our patients are well informed to help them make better decisions when it comes to their health and well being. If you are in discomfort and looking for a specialist consultation send us a message or give us a call.
Our office accepts a variety of PPO insurances, as well as, other health plans including Medicare, and SCIPPA. Please call to see if we participate with your insurance company but always make sure to verify in-network coverage with your insurance company directly. Payment plan options may be available on an individual basis.
Flat fleet are a common occurrence due to an undeveloped longitudinal arch during a person's childhood. Whether you have flat feet or high arching feet we can help.
A twisted ankle or foot can happen anywhere and at anytime. Whether you experienced and accident running errands or hurt yourself playing sports our team can diagnose and help heal any foot sprains.
Don't let Athlete's foot get in the way of your daily life. If you are suffering from symptoms of Athlete's foot come see us for a consultation.
A potentially painful condition, Bunions are misaligned big toe joints that can become swollen and tender, causing the first joint of the big toe to slant outward, and the second joint to angle toward the remaining toes.
Hammertoes are when your toe is bent at the knuckle causing it to no longer point forward. If left untreated it could lead to surgery so early treatment is key.
Also known as Plantar fascitis, This is typically characterized with a burning sensation on the bottom of the foot. We can diagnose the pain and set patients up with custom orthotics.