Podiatrist in Newport Beach
The most sought-after Orange County Podiatrist
WELCOME TO NEWPORT FOOT & ANKLE CENTER, INC.
Whether you’re visiting our center for routine podiatric care, you’ve sustained a foot or ankle injury, or have a condition that is affecting your feet, we are here to help. Dr. Jeffrey Haupt and his team of experienced and compassionate foot health professionals take great pride in making every patient who enters our office feel like they’re part of our family.
As the top Orange County podiatrist, Dr. Haupt is honored to offer his patients superb foot and ankle care in a modern facility with comforting amenities, as well as state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment technologies so that our patients have access to the latest advances in the care and keeping of their feet.
"I was recently referred to Dr. Haupt by a friend. After months of pain, I'm finally getting back to my normal lifestyle. He was extremely knowledgeable and patient. His staff made me feel welcome the moment I walked through the door. Beyond thankful. I'd recommend Dr. Haupt to anyone with foot and ankle concerns."
- Lauren C.
DOUBLE BOARD CERTIFIED BY
THE AMERICAN BOARD OF FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY
IN FOOT SURGERY & RECONSTRUCTIVE REARFOOT & ANKLE SURGERY
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Where you take your feet for care might be just as important as the hands you put the treatment of them in. Especially for people who are affected by foot health concerns that make it difficult to walk, Newport Foot & Ankle Center is proud to offer our patients three easy-to-access locations in Anaheim and Newport Beach, and Dr. Haupt rotates his time in each of them every week. At every Newport Foot & Ankle Center location, you’ll find close-proximity parking options, as well as ramp and elevator amenities designed to minimize stress on you and your feet.
Once inside any of our office locations, you’ll find a calm and comforting environment designed with your healing in mind. Each of our locations is equipped with advanced diagnostic technologies including on-site x-ray, so you won’t be forced to shuttle around town to piece together your care. Our state-of-the-art in-office treatments also offer many of the latest advances in podiatric care but in a convenient outpatient setting, making us the go-to foot doctor in Newport Beach.
"Dr. Haupt is the best. He is always kind and knowledgeable. He even was kind enough to offer a second opinion that basically saved someone's foot from amputation. He and his staff are outstanding."
- Julia P.
TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, SKILL
Choosing the right provider to care for your feet, or those of a loved one is an important decision. Newport Foot & Ankle Center founder and medical director Dr. Jeffrey Haupt is a renowned podiatric specialist and has a heart for learning and teaching other providers the cornerstone techniques of this medical field. He is currently the only podiatrist on the clinical faculty at the University of California, Irvine and regularly teaches foot and ankle skills workshops to podiatry health professionals all over the country. Dr. Haupt is the Founder and Director of Orange County’s only ACFAS Certified Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship Training Program, of which there are only 40 in the United States. He is also the only U.S.-trained podiatric surgeon to undergo a two-week mini-fellowship in Milan, Italy for Advanced Techniques in External Ring Fixation. As the leading Orange County foot doctor, you and your feet can take great comfort in Dr. Haupt’s stellar training, experience, and skill.
Dr. Haupt and his team at Newport Foot & Ankle Center pride ourselves on compassionately caring for our patients. We know that dealing with painful foot issues can make for unpleasant daily living and we strive to be the place where you go for hope and healing. Dr. Haupt is warm, caring and down-to-earth, which can make the clinical experience a lot less daunting. Plus, our staff is also extensively trained in hospitality and service. We know that going to an Orange County podiatrist may not be like going to a day spa, but it shouldn’t be awful and we are committed to ensuring your experience in our office is pleasant and provides you with the medical care you deserve.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Podiatrists treat a wide range of foot and ankle problems. Here we have answered some frequently asked questions regarding podiatry.
If you can’t find your question below, please feel free to get in touch.
A podiatrist is a medical professional specializing in the treatment of disorders relating to the feet, ankles, and lower limbs. Podiatrists must complete 4 years of undergraduate study and 4 years in podiatric medical school. They must also complete 3 years of hospital residency training.
Your entire body weight rests on your feet, so your feet have to undergo a lot of hard work. Your feet are comprised of bones, ligaments, muscles, and tissues that must be healthy and work perfectly to keep you moving.
You must see a podiatrist if you experience foot pain, have thick or discolored toenails, or have cracks or cuts on the skin of the feet. If you have any kind of growth on your feet like warts or experience any scaling or peeling on your soles, you must consult a podiatrist. Numbness or swelling in the feet, fungal infections, or painful calluses are also some common reasons to see a podiatrist. Diabetic patients must also visit a podiatrist regularly to prevent the occurrence of diabetic foot.
Orthopedists specialize in conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Podiatrists, on the other hand, specialize in conditions of the feet, ankles, and lower limbs. Both of them can treat foot pain, surgically and non-surgically. However, a surgically trained podiatrist is a better option to treat a foot injury than a general orthopedic surgeon, due to the fact they have the specialized experience and knowledge.
Podiatrists treat a variety of ailments like fractures and sprains, bunions, hammertoes, and nail disorders, such as thickened toenails, fungal nail infections, or ingrown toenails. They also treat corns, calluses, verrucas, athlete’s foot, smelly feet, dry and cracked heels, flat feet, heel pain, aging feet, blisters, gout, and sports injuries.
Yes, podiatrists can perform foot surgeries. Some common foot surgeries that podiatrists perform are bunionectomy, correction of hammertoes, Morton’s neuroma, and metatarsal arthritis.
Chronic diabetes is known to cause many nerve and circulatory problems in the feet. Diabetes delays the healing of any cuts or bruises on the feet that can soon become a breeding ground for infections. Thus, diabetics should periodically see a podiatrist for a comprehensive foot examination.
Most services that a podiatrist performs are covered under standard health insurance. There may be certain exceptions that can be clarified by your insurance service provider.
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