We would like to thank all of our wonderful patients for the treats, gifts, and holiday wishes. We appreciate all of it! We would also like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy new year!
Dr. Kistler and staff

The offices will be closed until Monday for the holiday. We will open at 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Wishing everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

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Tiffany Maloy
· December 19, 2017
Very nice, respectful and hard working staff. Doctor and receptionist both will go above and beyond to make their patients happy. My family and friends have been going for years! Always willing to acc...ommodate your needs! Highly recommend! See More
Jason Summers
· June 13, 2017
My family has visited him more than out family doctor over the last 10 years and it's been nothing but great experiences. Dr. Kistler is a great guy and a great doctor!
Brandon Metzger
· July 7, 2015
My brother was laughing and joking on the table talking with Mr. Kistler while he was getting a large wart cut out. The best experience possible for the circumstances almost fun. Logan needs to get an...other so we can go back. :) See More
Teresa Smith
· March 31, 2017
Awesome Dr. Very personable and good at what he does! Great office staff too�
JD Greene
· March 4, 2017
Wonderful Doctor, really cares about he patients! Spends time and listens, He obviously became a Doctor for the right reason. Highly recommend!

If you are experiencing heel pain, we can help!
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We are well into flip flop season! If you are dealing with corns / calluses / bunions/ fungal nails, or anything else that makes you want to hide your feet, make an appointment today! We have 3 offices to service you better. Findlay, Fostoria and Upper Sandusky! #877-336-3668

Summer is in full swing! That means flip flops, travel, increased activity and sports. Do your feet need a little TLC? We offer full service foot care for the entire family. We have offices in Findlay and Fostoria and are currently accepting new patients.

Fostoria Office - 419-435-3554
Monday 9am - 5pm, Wednesday 9am - Noon, Thursday 9am - 5pm and Friday 9am - Noon


Findlay Office - 419-423-8141
Wednesday and Friday 1pm - 5pm

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Winter been hard on your feet? Don't forget we have offices in Findlay and Fostoria to serve all your foot care needs.

Fostoria Office - 419-435-3554
Monday 9am - 5pm, Wednesday 9am - Noon, Thursday 9am - 5pm and Friday 9am - Noon


Findlay Office - 419-423-8141
Wednesday and Friday 1pm - 5pm

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Summer is in full swing! Here's some timely advice from American Podiatric Association. As always, contact us to schedule your appointment for all your foot care needs!

All Toes on Deck: Tips for Protecting Feet from the Heat

One perk of a beach-bound vacation is knowing that instead of snow soaking through your shoes or having your feet feeling toasty in sweaty Uggs, you can lounge happily with your toes dangling in the warm weather, shoe-free with the sand at your feet. But... alas, the dream does come with its own set of tootsie troubles. "Even if you are just lying still on your back soaking up the rays, your feet are still vulnerable," says American Podiatric Medical Association member Dr. Jane Andersen. "You can seriously sunburn your feet and no matter how upscale your hotel, athlete's foot can lurk in all public pool areas."

Limit walking barefoot as it exposes feet to sunburn, as well as plantar warts, athlete's foot, ringworm, and other infections and also increases risk of injury to your feet.

Wear shoes or flip-flops around the pool, to the beach, in the locker room and even on the carpeting or in the bathroom of your hotel room to prevent injuries and limit the likelihood of contracting any bacterial infections.

Remember to apply sunscreen all over your feet, especially the tops and fronts of ankles, and don't forget to reapply after you've been in the water.

Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day. This will not only help with overall health, but will also minimize any foot swelling caused by the heat.

Keep blood flowing with periodic ankle flexes, toe wiggles, and calf stretches.

Some activities at the beach, lake or river may require different types of footwear to be worn so be sure to ask the contact at each activity if specific shoes are needed. To be safe, always pack an extra pair of sneakers or protective water shoes. If your shoes will be getting wet, they should be dried out completely before your next wearing to prevent bacteria or fungus from growing.
If you injure your foot or ankle while on vacation, seek professional medical attention from a podiatric physician.

In case of minor foot problems, be prepared with the following on-the-go foot gear:
Flip flops – for the pool, spa, hotel room, and airport security check points
Sterile bandages – for covering minor cuts and scrapes
Antibiotic cream – to treat any skin injury
Emollient-enriched cream – to hydrate feet
Blister pads or moleskin – to protect against blisters
Motrin or Advil (anti-inflammatory) – to ease tired, swollen feet
Toenail clippers – to keep toenails trimmed
Emery board – to smooth rough edges or broken nails
Pumice stone – to soften callused skin
Sunscreen – to protect against the scorching sun
Aloe vera or Silvadene cream – to relieve sunburns

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Sprains, Strains and Sports! They oftentimes go together. We specialize in treating all sport related injuries below the knee. Contact us for more information or to make an appointment.

Wishing all our patients, family and friends a very Happy New Years!

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