Crystal Kincaid, D.P.M.
   Podiatry

   Clark Clinic Podiatry
   225 Hospital Drive, Suite 120 (1st floor) 

     Winchester, KY 40391

  (859) 737-8528


About Your Visit

Our doctors and nurses are available to serve all of your Podiatry needs, including but not limited to, bunions & hammertoes, corns & calluses, heel pain, high arched & flat feet, ingrown & fungus nails, warts, diabetic foot care, sports injuries, and stress fractures.  Dr. Kincaid provides diagnosis, treatment and surgery for disorders and injuries of the feet, ankles and lower extremities. When making your appointment, please notify the office staff of any hospital or physician office visits or tests that you have had that relate to your visit.

Appointments may be made by calling (859) 737-8528.

Office hours: 8AM - 5PM

TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR VISIT, FOLLOW THESE HELPFUL TIPS:

  • Write it down before you come

Write down any questions you may have prior to your visit.

  • Gather your information

Please bring your photo ID and current insurance card to each visit. We accept most insurance cards. However, there are some insurance policies with which we do not participate, which will cause a greater out of pocket expense to you. Please verify that we participate with your insurance company while scheduling your appointment or by calling your insurance company directly.

Please bring a list of the medicines you are taking to your visit, including names and doses. You also need to bring all of your medications in their original containers with you to ensure that the correct information is entered into your medical record. Please bring a copy of all medical records and discs that you have in your possession that are related to your visit, including any available CT scans, x-rays, ultra sounds, or labs. Please be prepared to provide a list of contact numbers of Providers that you have seen in the past for the related medical condition.

  • Bring someone with you

Ii is helpful to have an extra set of hands and ears when hearing new medical information, so if possible, bring another adult with you to the appointments. If we can help you in any way, please let us know.

  • Arrive early

Traffic and parking often take longer than you may expect. Please allow 10 to 15 minutes for the check-in process for an established patient and 25 to 30 minutes for a new patient. Delays and emergencies do happen, so be prepared.
If you have to wait for your doctor because of an unexpected emergency or on a very busy day, remember that you will receive the same immediate care and attention if you are in a similar situation.

  • Make the most of your appointment 

Ask questions while meeting with your doctor. Also, remember to ask for any instructions from the doctor or letters of medical necessity that you may need. Please provide the nurse with any work forms that need to be completed. Remember to ask the nurse for a work or school excuse if applicable.

  • After the appointment

A copy of your visit summary will be provided to you at the end of your visit. Please review this document carefully and ask any questions that are not covered in the summary and discharge instructions. When possible, please allow the staff to schedule your follow-up appointment before you leave and write down new appointment dates and times. Also write down any other questions you have and important phone numbers to call, such as the clinic's nursing line, prescription refill line, and appointment line.