Although our clinic is located in Seattle, our top three states for web site visitors are California, New York and Texas.   This has resulted in  numerous calls and emails from patients wanting to fly to Seattle to see us for help with their foot pain.   We are flattered that anyone would want to travel so far to see us, and we would always be happy to see these dedicated people, but the fact is that you would fly over a lot of good podiatrists for us to treat your foot pain.

We can save you a lot of money and time by providing a way for you to treat your foot problems without flying to the far northwest corner of the country.

First, we have put together many pages of “Home Remedies for Foot Pain” including self treatment hints for bunions, heel pain, ball of foot pain and more.    You can see a full list of our home treatment hints here.

In addition, we have a list of recommended podiatrists by state and are continually adding to the list.   We currently have podiatrists listed in California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.   We will be adding more states soon.

You are welcome to come see us in Seattle, but first try our proven self treatment hints for foot pain and then see if you can find a good podiatrist in your neighborhood.   If you are still having problems, come on out.  We can’t promise you what the weather will be like when you are here, but it’s sunny as I write this.

Dr. Douglas S. Hale

Specialist in foot and ankle biomechanics/orthotics and reconstructive surgery at Foot and Ankle Center of Washington
Douglas S. Hale, DPM, is an advisor for the International Foot & Ankle Foundation for Education and Research. He graduated with honors from both Tulane University School of Engineering and the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. His engineering background gives him a unique perspective treating your problem biomechanically or surgically and believes in doing what is best for your medical condition. If all options for treating your problem “biomechanically” are exhausted, he provides the same level of capability and experience with surgical solutions.
Dr. Douglas S. Hale

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