Podiatrists are able to treat conditions and disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg. A Podiatrist may treat bunions, calluses, ingrown toenails, heel spurs or foot deformities.
You and your Cardiology health care providers will work as a team to determine the best course of treatment for you. We will also involve your family in the decision making as well, from pre-operation to recovery afterwards. We will provide continual support throughout the process, from ensuring emotional well-being to answering any questions you might have. Our goal is not just to save lives, but to maintain and improve the quality of life for our patients. We never forget that you as the patient are the center of everything we do.
Our team strives for excellence in patient care; research and scholarship; and teaching, training and mentorship. We have specialized expertise across these areas:
Chronic Pain - Epilepsy - Headache & Facial Pain - Movement Disorders - Multiple Sclerosis - Neurocritical Care - Neurodegenerative Disorders - Neuromuscular Disorders – Stroke
Welcome to the Wellesley Hills Patient Centered Medical Home!
The PCMH is a model of healthcare based on an ongoing, personal relationship between a patient, doctor and the patient's care team. Whatever the medical needs – primary or secondary, preventive care, acute care, chronic care, or end-of-life care – the patient has a medical "home"; a single, trusted doctor and care team, through which continuous, comprehensive and integrated care is provided.
The PCMH model includes a personal doctor and care team that will provide medical care. When specialty care is needed, at the patient's request, the doctor and care team will personally manage, facilitate and coordinate the care with appropriate qualified professionals, such as hospitals, nursing homes, pharmacies and related community resources.
The PCMH model proposes to improve primary care by focusing on the patient-doctor relationship and to strengthen this dynamic through a more comprehensive approach to patient care and more active patient involvement.