Educate, Communicate, and Prevent

At RSFC, we believe that education, communication, prevention and early intervention are keys to successful outcomes. We know you have many choices when it comes to your foot and ankle care needs and at RSFC you will be treated as a person with respect and not just a number.

Our staff believes in a team approach. We will work closely with your Primary Care Physician and other specialists to ensure the highest level of care.


Meet the doctor

Dr. Jennifer Swan

Jennifer C. Swan, DPM, FACFAS attended Des Moines University obtaining her Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. This was followed by a three year Surgical Residency at Yale New Haven Hospital, Yale University School of Medicine Clinical Campus in New Haven, CT in 2008. Jennifer C. Swan, DPM, FACFAS is also a board certified physician and surgeon by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. She is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. American Podiatric Medical Association, and Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association.

Dr. Swan is a warm, caring physician who enjoys the relationships the she develops with her patients and finds this the most gratifying aspect of her work. Her approachable, personal nature compliments her professional and technical expertise. Dr. Swan enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys a wide variety of sports; golf, tennis, swimming and snorkeling as well as traveling. She has a 4 legged child who is a rescue Shih Tzu named Zoe.




Meet the staff

Photo of Holly

Holly Trask
Front Office Coordinator

Holly attended Bowling Green State University and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration. She is an active runner with a love for the outdoors. Her husband Jake and her Shiba Inu puppy Piper enjoy fishing, camping, and hiking together. Holly loves interacting with the patients at Right Step Foot Care and getting the opportunity to make a difference in their day.



Heather Fout
Front Office assistant

Caitlyn Kavanagh
Medical Assistant

Michael Swan
Medical Assistant











Insurance Accepted

We do serve patients without insurance.


Frequently Asked Questions


An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries in the lower extremity where one or more ligaments are injured. Typically, this occurs when you step down wrong and accidentally roll your ankle to the outside or inside. Severity of the ankle sprain depends on whether the affected ligaments are only stretched (Grade I), partially torn (Grade II), or ruptured (Grade III).

First line of treatment for an ankle sprain is:
Rest
Ice
Compression
Elevation

Any ankle sprain requires prompt medical attention and diagnosis to prevent further injury and complication. If you or anyone you know suffers an ankle injury contact Right Step Foot Care at (937) 972-0072.

A wart is a virus that invades your skin causing thickening in that area. It may or may not be painful, but usually will be painful when you squeeze the lesion from side to side. You may be able to see small black dots throughout the thickened skin. It will usually bleed easily once shaved down in the office. Sometimes they resolve on their own, but often need to be treated with a strong topical medication. Warts can be contagious and spread to other areas of the foot or to other family members.

A callus forms due to an area of pressure. There may be a prominent bone, or area of rubbing or friction, that the thickened skin is trying to protect. If a large amount of callus builds up in one area, it can become very painful and feel like you are walking on a rock. These are usually treated by shaving them down and using padding or inserts in your shoes to decrease pressure and friction on the area.

Either of these conditions can be easily treated in the office. If you aren’t sure if you have a wart or callus, or are having foot pain of any kind, please call our office for an appointment: (937) 972-0072.

We have all bumped or dropped something on our toe in our lifetime. How could such a little toe hurt so much, we often ask ourselves. Regardless of the injury, if you hurt your toe don’t ignore it. First line of treatment is RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) to the affected toe/foot. Taping the injured toe to the adjacent toe to prevent motion can help with pain.

Ultimately though a podiatrist should look at your toe and get X-rays. If the toe is broken it must be treated correctly to prevent further problems with healing, walking and shoe gear. Although a toe is small, serious long lasting complications can arise if left untreated. Please call us at (937) 972-0072.