Foot Care in Hyannis, Massachusetts


New Patients Welcome

We are currently accepting new patients. As a new patient a thorough podiatric evaluation will be conducted and a course of management will be recommended, as necessary.

Click on the Foot Care page for details. 

Nail Care

A major focus of my practice is providing the most basic of podiatric care; the evaluation and management of problematic nails.

This encompasses the routine management of problematic nails for Cape Cod seniors as well as care of nail problems that affect all age groups.

"Emergency" nail care ( e.g.  Infected toenails ) same day as determined by need.


More....of course...

Concerns, such as, Heel Pain, Flat Foot pain, Tendinitis, Arthritis, 'Neuroma', Corns and Callouses, Hammertoes and Bunions, or for ANY undiagnosed foot problem.....call and come in.


Custom Orthotics And Modified Inserts

Custom inserts or modified aftermarket inserts fabricated on site.....allows for what you need in a matter of days instead of weeks.....and at much lower cost. 

EMERGENCIES....OR PROBLEMS THAT CAN'T WAIT.....I encourage my established patients to call me if the office is not open......508-394-0013.


Our Podiatry Practice

 Dr. Ritchey and his office administrators, Karen and Lori, welcome you.

Contact us in Hyannis, Massachusetts, to make an
appointment with our foot doctor to discuss your pain.



Rob Ritchey, DPM of Hyannis, Massachusetts, is a graduate of the California College of Podiatric Medicine. His post graduate training in foot surgery was in the United States Army at Fort Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital, at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri and at the Winn Army Community Hospital at Fort Stewart Georgia. He attained his American Board of Podiatric Surgery Certification in 1994. Dr. Ritchey moved to the Cape in 1992 and has been on staff at Cape Cod Hospital since that time. Scheduling is almost immediate. We submit to Medicare, HMOs and most other insurances.

Rob Ritchey, DPM of Hyannis, Massachusetts


Serving All of Cape Cod and the Islands, Hyannis, Falmouth, Bourne, Chatham, Orleans, Nantucket, Martha Vineyards, Mid Cape,
Upper Cape, and Lower Cape, as well as the Islands in Massachusetts