Newey Foot Clinic

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“There’s an advantage to being on my own as a doctor, not working for one of the major health systems, which provide large-scale care that can be impersonal. I’m on my own clock, can spend as much time with each patient as I feel is needed.” —Dr. Sarah Newey, founder

Uncovering the root causes of foot and ankle pain through conservative treatment options, board-certified podiatrist Dr. Sarah Newey opened the Newey Foot Clinic to offer an inclusive style of foot care for common ailments.

Services include:

  • toenail fungus
  • heel pain
  • ingrown toenails
  • skin biopsies
  • corns and calluses
  • custom orthotics
  • diabetic foot care

She also offers basic maintenance services for elderly folks who might have trouble with trimming and caring for their names and feel.

For diabetes sufferers, she offers a program where they can be fitted for custom shoes and inserts, covered by insurance, to alleviate foot pressure and prevent wound formation.

Anyone can benefit from orthotic inserts
One of the first steps to improving the biomechanics of the foot is through orthotics. Anyone can improve their gait and foot health with these custom-made shoe inserts. Dr. Newey uses a state-of-the-art digital scanner to measure all aspects of the foot and gait for the best outcome.

Educating each patient about their podiatry diagnosis and treatment is part of her mission. She considers patients partners with her in the decision-making. Your feet are connected to most other aspects of your overall wellness, so she makes sure patients walk out feeling better than they walked in.

A welcoming, decidedly non-clinic vibe
Patients should feel at home, so Dr. Newey built the clinic with a welcoming fireplace and rustic-chic atmosphere that says, “come in and stay awhile.” And you won’t deal with layers of staff, because she does everything herself, from answering phones to greeting patients.

She has a well-rounded background. Before medical school, she received a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and public relations and then a master’s degree in health administration. She believes her people skills are fundamental to educating and treating patients so effectively.