Thank you to our wonderful patients for the mask donations!

We love our patients and are so thankful for them during this challenging time for all of us.  Several of our patients donated some homemade masks for our office to use to help keep us and our patients safe.  There are a lot of foot and ankle problems that worsen if treatment is delayed. 

This wonderful donation helps us continue to have PPE to offer especially to patients if they don't have a mask or a way to cover their face.  Dr. Hinderland and Cameron continue to wear N95 masks when seeing patients to try to keep you as safe as possible, since it is not always possible to be 6 feet apart and provide medical treatment.

We are taking many extra precautions right now to try and keep you safe if you need to see us. Other than all the increased cleaning and use of PPE, we are also keeping all patients out of the waiting area and offering valet appointments.  

Here's some fun pictures of some of us modeling the new masks!

Author
Dr. Matthew Hinderland Board Certified Podiatrist and Foot and Ankle Surgeon

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