Hours of Operation:
|Monday||8:30 am - 5:00 pm|
|Tuesday||7:30 am - 7:00 pm|
|Wednesday||8:30 am - 5:00 pm|
|Thursday||8:30 am - 5:00 pm|
|Friday||8:30 am - 12:00 am|
Payment Plans: Aetna
Payment Plans: Amerigroup
Payment Plans: Blue Cross Blue Shield
Payment Plans: Cigna
Payment Plans: Humana
Payment Plans: Medicaid
Payment Plans: Medicare
Payment Plans: UnitedHealthcare
Payment Plans: WellPoint
Podiatric Sports Therapy
Welcome to Foothills Podiatry!
Whether you have cold feet, a lead foot, dancing feet or twinkle toes, your tootsies are welcome here! The staff here can get you back on your feet and help you put your best foot forward. Even if your dogs are barking when you arrive, they'll be content after treatment by the experts here at 707 North Morgan Street.
Dr. W.L. Mauney established this medical practice in 1932 as a one-person office. It was the first podiatry clinic in Cleveland County and the eighth in the state of North Carolina. Dr. W.L. Mauney's mission to diagnose and treat the foot and ankle problems of the residents of the Foothills is still being fulfilled today with the current staff of two doctors and five staff members.
Dr. Jeff Mauney, Dr. W.L. Mauney's son, and Dr. Ron Maskarinec, both board-certified, keep abreast of the evolving treatments and products in the field of podiatry so they can offer their patients top-quality care. One example is extracorporeal shockwave therapy, now available at Foothills Podiatry for the treatment of chronic plantar fasciitis.
In addition to a full day of office hours Monday through Thursday and half a day on Friday, Drs. Mauney and Maskarinec are available after hours for emergencies. Explore this site to learn more about the dedicated professionals of Foothills Podiatry and the services and products they provide.
Patients should arrive about 30 minutes prior to an appointment. If there is an emergency or other unforeseen circumstances, the staff will inform patients about delays. Patients who have waited more than 30 minutes past an appointment time should advise the receptionist.
Patients with expired prescriptions should call the office and notify one of the podiatric assistants. Calls received before 3:30 p.m. will be returned that same day; calls received after 3:30 p.m. may not be returned until the following day. Narcotic prescriptions will only be called in during office hours.