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HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA PODIATRIST - HB PODIATRY GROUP - FOOT DOCTOR

As experts in the field of podiatry, the practice at HB Podiatry Group in Huntington Beach, California is committed to improving the health of the feet, ankles, and lower legs for all patients, including babies, seniors, and those with diabetes.

When you visit HB Podiatry Group, you experience a high level of patient care in a comfortable and professional environment. The friendly and professional staff ensures an overall positive experience by offering innovative treatments and the education needed to avoid future podiatric problems.

HB Podiatry Group doesn’t rush through treatment, making sure to fully understand each patient’s podiatric disease, deformity, or other medical condition, as well as any specific lifestyle needs. This information helps the staff create a personalized and conservative course of treatment.

HB Podiatry Group believes that every step should be pain-free. If you have symptoms of a potential problem, don't gamble with the health of your feet, ankles, and legs: Call or make an appointment online today at the convenient Huntington Beach, California, location.


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HB Podiatry Group accepts the insurances listed below. Please call the office at 7148413213 for questions regarding other insurance plans.

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Meet Our Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • STEVEN L. SWARTZ, DPM
    PODIATRIST

    At HB Podiatry Group, Steven Swartz, DPM focuses on finding the source of your pain, while providing comprehensive foot care education and the treatment that you both need and deserve. Dr. Swartz has been offering high-level patient care as a skilled podiatrist for almost 40 years.

  • DAVID HELLEWELL, DPM

    Dr. David Hellewell attended Weber State University obtaining an associates of science degree. Later transferred to Brigham Young University majoring in psychology.

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. Swartz and his staff is very friendly. I had on surgery on Friday. It went very well and I couldn't ask for a better foot doctor."
    Karen G.
  • "Very happy with Dr. Swartz. I've been to the office two or three times. He's fun, professional, and explains what he's doing."
    Joanne L.
  • "Dr. Swartz was very friendly and professional."
    Marco N.
  • "Dr. Swartz is a season professional and very meticulous."
    John S.

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  • Frostbite

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  • Intermetatarsal Neuroma

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    What is the Calcaneus? The calcaneus, also called the heel bone, is a large bone that forms the foundation of the rear part of the foot. The calcaneus connects with the talus and cuboid bones. The connection between the talus and calcaneus forms the subtalar joint. This joint is important for normal ...

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  • Wounds/Ulcers

    Ulcers, which are open sores in the skin, occur when the outer layers of the skin are injured and the deeper tissues become exposed. They can be caused by excess pressure due to ill-fitting shoes, long periods in bed, or after an injury that breaks the skin. Ulcers are commonly seen in patients who have ...

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  • Synovitis

    Synovitis is inflammation of the tissues that line a joint. It is commonly associated with specific diseases such as arthritis or gout, but may also be the result of overuse or trauma. Symptoms of synovitis may include redness, swelling, warmth, and pain with joint motion.Evaluation by a foot and ankle ...

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  • Joint Pain in the Foot

    The foot contains 26 bones and more than 30 joints. Many people experience pain involving one or more of these joints. The pain may be accompanied by swelling, tenderness, stiffness, redness, bruising, and/or increased warmth over the affected joints. Joint pain may be caused by trauma, infection, inflammation, ...

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  • Custom Orthotic Devices

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  • Brachymetatarsia

    Brachymetatarsia is a condition in which one of the bones in the front of the foot is significantly shorter than the others. Although it may affect any of the five metatarsals, it most commonly affects the fourth metatarsal. Looking at the foot, it might appear that the fourth toe itself is shorter than ...

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Office is closed from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM for lunch

Monday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed