RESOURCES

WHAT TO EXPECT FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT

PARKING:

There is parking surrounding the building which is priced based on duration of stay. The maximum amount is $16.00 and we can offer a partial validation upon completion of your appointment. There is also street parking located on Glencoe, however you will need to be mindful of any street cleaning restrictions or no parking zones.

WHAT TO BRING:

Your photo ID and Insurance card(s)

Any pertinent medical records, including previous operative or imaging reports. If you have any imaging that was obtained less than 12 months ago please bring in a copy on a CD. (exception if it was done at a MINK Radiology facility)

Wear or bring a pair of shorts to your visit – Dr. Dixon will do a thorough examination of your lower leg from the knee down. We have paper shorts in office if you forget.

COVID-19 vaccination record. We are currently only seeing patients who are vaccinated against COVID-19. You may be asked to show proof of vaccination.

ARRIVAL:

Please plan on arriving between 15 and 30 min before your scheduled appointment time to have x-rays done and complete any additional paperwork not filled out in advance.

**Note** All new patients are required to complete a new specialized weight-bearing x-ray series regardless of any x-rays previously taken.

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WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

I came to Dr. Dixon with a painful bunion, not really knowing what I could feasibly do about it. She asked me a lot of questions to understand not just what was happening with my foot, but what my concerns were. She took a lot of time to explain my options to me, both surgical and non-surgical, and made sure that I understood so that I could make the best decision for myself. She was amazing – I didn’t feel rushed, and felt really comfortable asking questions! I would trust her with any problems I had with my feet.

Katie Y.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

What to say about Dr. Dixon other than she is a one woman wonder. My best friend took a12′ fall while helping a friend move a piece of furniture downstairs. He had a pilon fracture of his right leg and, because he is on SSI, I dispaired for his care. Was he going to be crippled for life? Would he get a surgeon that would be able to deal with the complexities of this accident? Would anyone care about him enough to ensure his rehab? Yes. He was! So fortunate to have had the great fortune to have Dr. Alexis Dixon as his surgeon and friend. She can be starchy, true, but that is because she cares to make sure that rehab, therapy, and directions are taken seriously. My friend is recovering from this accident and is now taking an SDI class. He has a way to go yet but its looking good. So grateful for Dr. Dixon.

Noël J.