Tired of foot and ankle pain? Ready to get back to your regular routine? Answers are only a phone call or click away at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists. Convenient online booking is available, or call (512) 328-8900 to speak to one of our friendly staff members. From sports injuries to bunions, Dr. Craig H. Thomajan DPM, FACFAS and his team provide excellence in podiatry.

Next Steps—Preparing for Your Visit

Once you’ve made an appointment, you can prepare for your visit by gathering essential documents. Please bring:

  • Identification
  • Insurance card (types of insurance we accept)
  • Related medical records and test results (MRIs, X-Rays, etc.)
  • A list of current medications
  • Payment (our office accepts Cash and Credit Cards)

We value your time, and we look forward to getting to know you. Your medical history offers important insights into the health of your feet and ankles. In fact, many serious health concerns are first identified by symptoms in the feet. Fill out the forms located within your Patient Portal completely, so that we can fully assess your condition. To learn more about  your visit to our office, please review the forms below:

5000 Bee Caves RD Suite 202, Austin, TX 7846

Phone: (512) 328-8900

Fax: 512-328-8903

Office Hours: 


Privacy Matters

Your medical treatment is your business. Our office follows all AFAS HIPAA policies and procedures, and they are available for your review at HIPAA PDF File.

Canceling an Appointment

We realize that plans change due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances. Calling 24 hours prior to your scheduled visit will help you avoid a cancellation charge.

Methods of Payment

Our office accepts American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, and Cash for payment of services received.

Scent Free Policy

Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists has a Scent Free Policy. Scented products such as perfume, cologne, lotions and body sprays can trigger reactions such as respiratory distress and headaches.

We do have staff on site that has severe allergic reactions to scents. Patients, visitors and staff are asked to not use these products when visiting this office.