“Dr. Hastings & overall procedure : Recently came here to get an ingrown removed and honestly this is my go to place. I have been to two other podiatrist and DR. Hastings is my favorite. He was very informative of what is going on, my options, and what’s going to happen. While I was getting […]A. B.
“I would recommend his office to anyone, they were all great, especially Dr. Hastings. He explained everything in a way that I would understand, he completed my surgery and I really appreciated the follow up and concern his office has displayed.” – Anonymous
“So it appears to be a stress fracture of my L foot. Saw Dr Hastings for the first time. Very impressed, very polite, thorough and informative. Wonderful office staff as well. If anyone in Hampton Roads is looking for a great foot or ankle specialist, he’s the one.”Barb G.
“Dr. Hastings was knowledgeable in regards to the diagnosis and treatment options. I liked the fact that he would resort to surgery as a last resort. Very conservative and practical with treatment although he had to stay within the confines of a referral.” – Anonymous
“I chose the McKenzie-Hastings Institute because of the great things I had heard about them. Dr. Heather McKenzie is my doctor and I have had two major foot surgeries on my feet by her. The care and knowledge these doctors have is exceptional. They are on top of every new procedure and treatment. I have […]Cathy W.
“Dr. McKenzie is so very kind, pleasant and professional! All personnel are polite, receptive, cause one to feel welcome. Kind employees always made me feel welcome, even after several months. A sincere thanks to all, especially Dr. McKenzie!”B. Brown
“Dr. Hastings was referred by my PCP. Both the doctor and his staff was very caring and professional. They explained not only the situation at hand but explained different avenues of treatment. I would refer this office for the complete care I received.” – Anonymous
“Dr. Hastings is an exceptional foot and ankle surgeon. I met him during our fellowship in Kurgan, Russia studying external fixation in 2011. I want everyone to know that I recently had a case of a young man in his 20s who went into cardiogenic shock, was revived, and both his feet became gangrenous due […]From LinkedIn: