Thomas Rehm, DPM

Thomas Rehm, DPM
1 Vanderbilt Park Dr Suite 100 Asheville, NC 28803

Thomas Rehm, DPM

Thomas Rehm, DPM practices as a Podiatrist in Asheville, NC.She graduated from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and has been practicing since 2007.
Years In Practice 12
Primary Specialty


Gender Female
Education Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine
Training St John North Shores Hospital - 3 year surgical residency
Affiliations Mission Hospital, The McDowell Hospital, Parkridge Hospital, Pardee Hospital
Certification Board Qualified - American Board of Podiatric Surgery -Foot Surgery - Reconstructive rear foot and ankle surgery
Services Thomas Rehm, DPM provides podiatry in Asheville, NC at 1 Vanderbilt Park Dr Suite 100, Asheville, NC 28803. 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 Thomas Rehm, DPM can help you, please call the Asheville, NC office at (828) 277-8042 for more information.
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(5 Reviews)
1.5 star average for Service
4 star average for Environment
1.5 star average for Expertise
4 star average for Staff
4 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
The office was easy enough to find, although I don't think I will need to go back. Front office staff were not even remotely polite, to anyone. They violated HIPAA regulations with the sign in sheet as everyone's name was fully visible, and at check out, there was a patient's record on the counter, with personal health information completely visible. When I gave it to them, they threw it across the desk. There was an elderly woman who was asking some questions, and they asked for personal information (SSN) in front of the whole waiting area. The physician's approach was condescending, and she said that I had a high arch, when in reality my arches are completely flat, and I pronate horribly. She pressed on an inflamed area on my sole, and obviously, I jumped in pain. It was almost as though she knew it would hurt, and then demonstrated her "diagnostic skill" by pressing on it. The nurse Kathy was the sole redeeming member of the staff.
I went to Dr. Szypczak for severe flat feet or fallen arches, hoping she would examine my feet and be able to offer help with custom orthotics. Instead, she never even looked at my feet, but said that if I was over 60 and had flat feet or fallen arches, then that automatically meant that I had arthritis --- this was said without any examination nor even a single question to me about pain or my experience with the problem. I was appalled at such gross generalities and ignorance on her part ,which in this case were completely false. She was arrogant and close minded. It was a wasted appointment and I could never recommend her.
Recent Polls
Was this provider's office too cold?
No, it was fine
Was there annoying music playing while you waited or during your visit?
No, there was no annoying music
Was it easy to find parking at this provider's office?
Yes, it was convenient
Do you feel that you could have received better service somewhere else?
No, I don't think so
Did this provider answer all of your questions?
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Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Was this provider's office easy to locate?
Absolutely! It couldn't have been easier!
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