Scott L. Evans, DPM
California College of Podiatric Medicine, Oakland, CA
American Board of Podiatric Medicine
Conservative in approach, Dr. Evans offers a full range of non-operative foot care ranging from ingrown toenails to heel pain, ankle sprains, and diabetic ulcers. Patients benefit from Dr. Evans' 25+ years of experience treating foot and ankle problems and from easy access to on-site consults with board-certified foot and ankle orthopedic surgeons when indicated.
Podiatric Medicine - Foot and Ankle Disorder
Residency – Rotating Podiatric Residency - Veterans Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
Wow, it seems like I've been to my pediatrist more than my normal doctor...hahaha anyways! I love Dr. Evans! He's really funny! I had to make an emergency appointment with him in the summer, and he got me in right away! He was really sarcastic with me. (Well, given that I was 13 at that time, he needed to be... Read More
I love Dr. Evans. He is personable and a good doctor.
I would like to say "Thank You" to Dr. Scott Evans for the amount of time he spent with me in reference to my chronic ankle pain. He took his time diagnosing the problem and took immediate action based on his observations and expertise. As a result, I felt relief within 24 hours. Within five days, my pain was 90%... Read More
I did a long distance hike (250 miles), and suffered from a lot of foot pain. I went to see Dr. Evans when I returned to Tucson, fearing that I had developed plantar fasciitis. After looking at my foot, he said I merely needed extra arch support, and sold me a $20 pair of insoles (he never even suggested expensive,... Read More
Once again Dr. Scott Evans successfully got me "back on my feet" and with a shoe on my foot. His careful attention to the mysterious and painful condition on my toe got it cleared up quickly. I appreciate that he proceeded cautiously, took a culture, and prescribed antibiotics as well as a normal soaking regime. Thank you, Dr. Evans.
As more people experience painful problems with their feet, podiatrists are recommending they consider a range of nonsurgical treatments before choosing to go under the knife. Many patients have a misconception that most foot ailments can only be treated with...Read More