Renee Pietzsch, DPM

Renee Pietzsch, DPM
3316 Williams Dr Ste 120
Georgetown, TX 78628

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About Renee Pietzsch, DPM

Renee Pietzsch, DPM practices as a Podiatrist in Georgetown, TX.
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Services Renee Pietzsch, DPM provides podiatry in Georgetown, TX at 3316 Williams Dr Ste 120, Georgetown, TX 78628. Podiatrists are able to treat conditions and disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg. A Podiatrist may treat bunions, calluses, ingrown toenails, heel spurs or foot deformities.

To determine if Renee Pietzsch, DPM can help you, please call the Georgetown, TX office at (512) 819-4555 for more information.
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Recent Reviews
I saw Dr. Pietzsch for a painful corn on the bottom of my foot. I was very impressed with her and how comfortable she made me feel. I have every confidence in her and will go back when I have another concern. She x-rayed my feet and gave me her feedback on the bones, etc. Very good doctor!
by Janet
I am having surgery soon w/ Dr. P and can give another review after a few weeks have past. after my consultation it took them a week to call me back to tell me pricing for their fees for the surgery. then they sent my info to the surgery center and they called me the very next day. Just waiting on the anesthesiologist now. I wish the process were faster, but compared to another Dr I saw first who NEVER called me back to schedule anything, I think they are awesome. Everyone is very nice when you get to talk to them since they stay busy! very informative about your options and how they go about each option.
by crystal
Paid Dr Pietzsch for custom orthotics ($500) and had continued pain with them. Dr.Pietzsch suggested they be redone at a nominal cost her office then billed my insurance for the full amount of new orthotics. Adjusted orthotics continued to create pain. I then went for a second opinion and the Dr. was mortified at the type of orthotics I had been prescribed, saying no one with the problem I had should EVER have been fitted in that type of rigid,inflexible orthotic. New Dr. prescribed a different type of orthotic (flexible and cushioned) and was very diligent in making sure they fit correctly, were comfortable and my pain was gone. My feet now feel better than they have in years. Tried for over a year to get a $500 "new orthotic charge" that was billed to my insurance by Dr. Pietzsch removed as well as an additional "office visit" that never happened. I constantly got the runaround from Dr. Pietzschs office saying it was their billing company's mistake, billing company saying it was the office mistake. I sent registered letters, delivered insurance billing statements personally to the office, made numerous calls that were never returned and wasted extended periods of time on this. Eventually they removed it and then billed me a $65 charge for the adjustment to the orthotics. I told them I wasn't paying an adjustment fee on top of the $500 I had already paid for orthotics that should have never been prescribed in the first place. Not surprising they turned it over to collection, which I had anticipated, oh well. I disputed it, giving them the facts. I am not going to be intimidated into paying for something a knowledgeable Dr. would never have prescribed and in fact was creating more damage to my feet. Dr Pietzsch is a nice person, however her knowledge of foot care is lacking and the main concern of the office seems to be financial, not patient care. Look elswhere if you have foot or ankle problems, there are some great podiatrists in Georgetown/Cedar Park.
by Lisa