Drs. Todd Mann and Dr. An Tran provide quality, compassionate podiatry care in private homes and at our office for those within the Indianapolis-area. Our mobile podiatry services are also provided to assisted & independent living facilities as well as long term care facilities. Our organization operates under the belief that patients deserve access to high quality care regardless of age, income or place of residence.
Our mobile service was started in order provide those patients in long term care facilities, assisted living & independent living facilities as well as those in private homes who have a difficult time getting to the doctor’s office with access to high quality and comprehensive foot care. Our in office care was recently added as way to assist those that need podiatry services and are mobile and visit us at our office.
We are based locally in Indianapolis, IN and is owned & managed by a practicing podiatrist. While we provide a wide variety of podiatry care, the primary focus of our practice is diabetic foot care and lower extremity wound care.
Dr. Mann has been practicing podiatry since 1997 and has been board certified by the American Board of Wound Management as a Certified Wound Specialist since 2002. Dr. Mann previously worked for a large group practice that became more focused on numbers and less focused on the patient. Dr. Mann wanted to work for a practice that spent more time with the patients and was really centered on patient care so he started his own practice. At Home Podiatry was started approximately 5 years ago to provide care to those who were home bound and home limited with a focus on wound care and diabetic foot care. At Home Podiatry also provides care for those in assisted living and skilled nursing facilities.
Dr. Mann recently started AHP Foot & Wound Care Specialists. AHP Foot & Wound Care Specialists is an office based practice that also focuses on lower extremity wound care and diabetic foot care but for those who are more mobile and not homebound. Dr. Mann’s office restricts the number of patients seen each day so that the necessary time and attention can be given to each patient. Dr. Mann and his staff understand that there is much more than just an ulcer to treat. There are socioeconomic issues that can also greatly affect care. Can someone afford the prescribed treatment? Does the patient have help and support from family or friends? Does the patient live alone? Does the patient work or have a hobby that is affected?
These are some of the factors that Dr. Mann and his staff understand and take into consideration when treating a patient. Dr. Mann also understands that wound care often takes a team consisting of nursing, physical and occupational therapists, primary care physicians and other specialists such as vascular surgeons, infectious disease specialists and plastic surgeons. Dr. Mann places a lot of emphasis on making sure that all medical professionals involved with treating a patient communicate well so that the patient can receive the best care possible.