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Dr. Patrick John Trevisani

 VOTED #1 for

Geriatric Foot Care in Central Florida


Nursing Home Podiatrist
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Our broad range of services


  • Provides care for major nursing homes in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Volusia, Brevard, and Polk counties since 1986.


  • Expert Care in the treatment of diabetic ulcers, wound care and all affections of toes and feet.


  • Reliable and regular monthly visits.


  • Bi-lingual C.N.A, Certified Nursing Assistant: English and Spanish  with every visit.


  • Come to your facility with enough equipment and instruments.         Each patient is treated with one single set.


  • Room-to-room bedside care available.


  • Diabetic shoes & free protective shoe inserts to patients.


  • Available for emergencies 24/7.


  • Other advanced problems such as vascular, neurological, or surgical can be evaluated at one of our related foot care clinics.


  • Medicare, Medicaid, Managed Care, and other insurances accepted.


  • No one will be denied treatment for financial difficulty.









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for your facility?


Put your residents' feet in

Dr. Trevisani's hands

Meet the Doctor


CHIEF MEDICAL DOCTOR of the Trevisani Nursing Home Division, Dr. Trevisani is a leading podiatrist in Central Florida with over 25 years of experience in providing podiatry care for major skilled nursing homes and assisted living facilities of the Orlando area.


Member of  the APMA, American Podiatric Medical Association, FPMA, Florida Medical Podiatric Medical Association, Diplomate of the Board of Podiatric Examiners.


Dr. Trevisani Is originally from upstate New York, graduated with a degree of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland. Dr. Trevisani is married and has been living in Orlando for over 25 years. 

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Diabetes Foot Care


500 State Road 436 - suite 2092

Casselberry, FL 32707

Phone (407) 331-3470

Fax (407) 331-5084


Geriatric Foot Care 

Elderly individuals (can be called geriatric) are susceptible to a number of foot specific conditions. Some of these conditions can leave individuals disabled if they are not prevented and/or taken care of. Some of these common foot related conditions include: arthritis, ingrown toenails, fungal nails, diabetic ulcers, andcorns/calluses. Proper geriatric foot care can minimize these common problems among the elderly.

Monthly visits to your facility

Nursing home residents need regular foot care to increase their chances for healthy feet; prevention and proper maintenance are the best treatments for most conditions.


Dr. Trevisani will visit your facility every month to care for your residents. Once they enter in a regular schedule, they will be seen every 90 days, unless an emergency or a new condition arises. Dr. Trevisani is available 24/7 for any emergencies.

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