Ashton Podiatry has always been committed to hiring highly-qualified and dedicated staff members. Many people on our staff have been with us for several years. Every member of the Ashton Podiatry team is devoted to treating every patient with kindness and respect. The needs of our patients always come first, and this is evident in the attitude exhibited by every Ashton employee.
Pamela Oney joined Ashton Podiatry as Practice Manager in 2002. Pam brought to the group 18 years of experience in medical practice management. In 1997, Pam obtained board certification through the American College of Medical Practice Executives. She served for eight years as a board member of Anesthesia Associates of Texas, three of those years as President.
With a strong desire to help others, Pam is passionate about providing top-notch customer service to our patients and about providing the necessary training and support to help each and every Ashton team member succeed.
Pam is always available to assist patients with any issue concerning the business side of the practice. Things such as scheduling, billing and collections, medical records, check-in, check-out and administration all fall under Pam’s responsibility.
Licensed Physical Therapist
Susan Parfrey is our Licensed Physical Therapist. She graduated from Northwestern's Physical Therapy program in 1993 after completing her undergraduate education at the University of Iowa in Athletic Training. She has been on staff with Ashton Podiatry since 2006. Physical therapy at Ashton Podiatry is helpful for patients with soft tissue injuries, providing electrical stimulation treatments and soft tissue mobilization to help promote tissue healing and providing additional guidance in how to progress to a return to normal daily activities and sports. For post-operative patients, additional joint mobilization and stretching are helpful toimprove range of motion so patients can regain normal function. Susan is married and has two children, a son at Oklahoma State and a daughter who will graduate from high school in the spring of 2016.