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Limb Preservation Center

Make an Appointment or call (909) 706-3877

Services at the Limb Preservation Center at the Patient Care Center, Pomona

Dr and assistant review x-ray What is a Podiatrist?

A Podiatrist is a specialist who provides care of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. A Podiatrist, sometimes referred to as podiatric physician, foot and ankle surgeons, or foot doctors, must graduate from an accredited college of podiatric medicine and complete a residency program. Podiatrists also must pass written and oral board examinations and must obtain a state license to be able to practice podiatric medicine and surgery.

What can I expect on my first visit to the Limb Preservation Center?

Our staff is trained to make your first visit as well as any other visit, as stress-free as possible. You will need to bring your insurance card and referral authorization if required. We will also address any questions or concerns you may have, and strive to make you as comfortable as possible during your time with our team. If previous studies such as x-rays and/or MRI of your feet, ankles or lower leg were done, you should also bring them with you for our doctors to review.

How is care provided at the Limb Preservation Center?

The Western University of Health Sciences College of Podiatric Medicine and the Limb Preservation Center are committed to providing quality patient care and excellent training for future podiatric medical professionals. Students are an integral part of the management of all patients treated at the Limb Preservation Center. Student participation in patient care is under the direct supervision of a licensed podiatric physician and surgeon at all times. This physician is responsible for ensuring that the highest quality treatment is provided during each and every patient encounter at the Center.

What types of payments and insurance does the Limb Preservation Center accept?

The Limb Preservation Center accepts cash, major credit cards and most major health insurance plans. For specific insurance questions or to verify your particular insurance carrier’s relationship with the Limb Preservation Center, please call 909-706-3877.