Martha Johnston


“I suffer from peripheral neuropathy that causes my feet to be numb. In November 2009 I tripped while getting up from my table and I fractured my right 5th metatarsal bone. My primary care provider referred me to Dr. Stewart.

I did not want to have surgery and he 1st placed me in a walking boot for a month, however my bone was not healing and foot remained very swollen and I was unable to get it into a shoe. It was determined that surgery was necessary.

In December 2009, Dr. Stewart fixed my broken bone with plates and screws. After a few months my bone eventually healed and I haven’t had any problems since. The swelling went down I am able to wear shoes without any problems.

I continue to see Dr. Stewart every few months for him to check out my high-risk feet. Over the years I have developed some injuries to my feet and I am fortunate to have Dr. Stewart manage my aches and pains. I have been so happy with Dr. Stewart that I have referred him a bunch of patients. I know that my feet are in good hands with Dr. Stewart.”

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