Exceptional Foot Care!
How to become a patient:
Give us a call at 315-361-2205 or request an appointment using our online tool and one of our dedicated team members will be in touch with you to set up a visit.
Where we’re located:
Oneida Health Podiatry Care is located at 125 Fields Drive in Oneida directly across from the main entrance of the hospital. Parking is free and conveniently located near the front entrance.
Kevin Crable, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, is here for surgical and non-surgical treatments for all foot related conditions. He specializes in the management of wound care, diabetic foot infection, and limb salvage. Dr. Crable and his skilled support team at Oneida Health Podiatry Care are here to provide quality, state-of-the-art care for you across the full range of podiatry conditions with exceptional care.
Why Oneida Health?
Convenient-free parking, newly renovated building with state-of-the-art technology and comfort.
Whether it’s a broken toe, ingrown nails, or symptoms of more complex diagnoses, we can help treat the issues you may be having with exceptional care. Our dedicated team will provide you with a comprehensive evaluation and care plan that will help you get back on your feet!
As a patient of Oneida Health Podiatry Care, you will have access to a seamless patient experience through Oneida Health’s Circle of Care network. Whether its blood work, x-rays, surgery, or any other procedures related to your care, we will be able to provide you with convenient and quick access to get you on your way. Making for a more seamless patient experience with access to the highest quality of care.
Commonly Treated Conditions
Oneida Health Podiatry Care is here to treat almost every foot health concern, including but not limited to:
- Diabetic Foot Care
- Osteoarthritis in the Foot
- Hammer Toe
- Pain in Feet, Heel, or Toes
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Foot and Toe Deformities
- Ingrown Toenails
- Flat Foot
Don’t see your foot condition on the list? Give us a call or schedule an appointment – we treat most podiatry conditions.
What is a Podiatrist?
A podiatrist is a doctor of podiatric medicine, a DPM, who is a licensed health care professional with years of training and education to bring you the best care and expertise possible. While possessing the knowledge to diagnose the source of specific foot related issues, a podiatrist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of foot, ankle, and lower leg issues.
Podiatrists undergo conventional medical training, as well as special training on the foot, ankle, and lower leg. In all 50 states, DC, and Puerto Rico they are required to pass rigorous state and territory specific board examination before they are licensed to take care of you from the knee down and must continue education throughout their career to maintain their licensure. In short, they know the top of your foot like the back of their hand!
Do You Accept My Insurance?
- Government Programs:
Champus/Tricare (excludes Tricare Prime)
Veterans Choice Program
Health Care Exchange and Commercial Plans:
Medicaid Managed Care Plans:
County of Madison
Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc
Madison County Jail
Wexford Health Sources, Inc
- Medicare Managed Care Plans:
UHC PPO, HMO, POS Plans:
HealthNow New York Inc.
MultiPlan/PHCS (excludes ValuePoint)
Don’t see your insurance listed? Feel free to give us a call at 315-361-2205 and we would be happy to check for you.
- Your feet have a quarter of all the bones in your body by number. That’s 52 bones! So it’s important to take care of them and see one of our friendly podiatrists if there seems to be something wrong with your feet.
- It’s not uncommon for you to experience foot pain. 75% of all Americans experience health issues that may require them to seek out the expertise of a podiatrist.
- Your feet can really perform under pressure. While walking, there are times when the pressure on your feet exceeds your body weight. When running, it can be up to four times the pressure of your body weight.
- A single foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles, and tendons to hold the whole structure together. That’s a lot to keep maintained. Take care of your feet!
- The largest single contributor to foot health issues is neglect. A very small percentage of Americans are actually born with podiatric issues, but rather small issues develop into larger ones without immediate care.
- With age, women experience chronic foot pain more often than men. High heels and unsupportive footwear are two of the main culprits. Don’t be afraid to kick off the heels, ladies.
- The foot is often one of the first body parts to show signs of serious medical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease.
Your feet are an extremely important part of your body, and it’s important to make sure to keep them healthy and strong. Prevention is key to proper foot health.