Please do yourself a favor and do not come to this practice. These people are fast talkers and charge you for what they do not do. My foot has been hurting in pain for weeks now and they swear that there is nothing wrong with my foot?????? REALLY!!!! I can barely wear heels anymore! They are not experienced in footcare...BUT experienced in Money Schemes...Please do not go here...
Posted: 10/09/2013 • Link to this review
Dr. Bouchard is horrible- awful bedside manner and he overcharges. I had surgery and should have not been charged for follow-ups, but at every follow-up visit he continued to charge me. This is an insurance scam- do yourself a favor and go somewhere else!!
Posted: 2/02/2012 • Link to this review
Allied Ankle & Foot Care Centers can not confirm or deny the accuracy of any comments listed with this website, and we do strive to provide quality patient care at a reasonable cost. Allied Ankle & Foot Care Centers employs Podiatrists with over 50 years of combined experience, which are on staff at multiple hospitals and surgery centers in the metro Atlanta and Athens area, as well as, highly qualified personnel. We have been operating in the Atlanta area since 1977 and service six offices with four Podiatrists. We treat all problems affecting the lower legs, ankles, and feet, including common skin and nail problems to advanced bone deformities which are either inherited, caused by trauma, or secondary to underlying illnesses such as diabetes. Contact our patient services department at 770-255-0434 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Posted: 2/10/2011 • Last edited: 1/08/2012 • Link to this review
I have had issues with my toenails for years. I have tried a couple of different podiatrists in the Lawrenceville area and went to see Dr. Bouchard at the end of March. Here goes: 1. The first thing they do is take two xrays of your feet. When I complained that I did not need these, as my only issue is with my toenails, the person told me it was policy to take foot xrays on all new patients. But I did not have any issues with my feet, so why? THIS SEEMS TO BE A WAY TO GENERATE EXTRA BILLING 2. The bedside manner of Dr. Bouchard leaves something to be desired. He is gruff and frankly was rough with clipping off my funky toenails 3. Part of the solution to the problem, according to the doctor, was to do some stretching exercises as my toes were rubbing against the inside of my shoes. Except for one thing - I had been out of work for nearly a year and had been wearing flip flops for most of that time. I went to see a podiatrist, not some quack chiropractor. 4. He gave me a prescription for a topical ointment to address the fungal infection - except when I asked the pharmacist about it he said it was for burns, he had never seen this medicine prescribed for fungus! But the biggest concern was at the end of the day I was billed $680 for the visit, two xrays and his trimming my nails (putting me in a lot of pain). So basically I spent nearly $700 FOR A FREAKING PEDICURE!!! Next time I will go to WalMart and get my nails done there
Posted: 5/10/2010 • Link to this review
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