Welcome to Our Practice

The Plateau Foot & Ankle Clinic are experts in caring for foot and ankle injuries. We have been serving the Sammamish, Bellevue, Issaquah, and Redmond areas since 1992. Because we are a smaller office we are able to give all of our patients the attention they deserve. We realize that each patient is an individual and they need specialized care. When you visit us expect a prompt, comprehensive treatment. We are dedicated to treating our patients conservatively and practice cost containment while offering surgical intervention when indicated. 

We believe that if our patients are well informed they can make better decisions about their health. We have put together this user friendly website to educate our patients on any foot or ankle problems they may be suffering from. Our website is full of information on many different foot and ankle conditions and treatments including: heel pain, bunions, sports medicine, orthotics, and laser surgery. Make sure you visit our services page for a long list of foot and ankle conditions. If you have any questions for us, don’t hesitate to ask!

How do I schedule an appointment?

We have made scheduling an appointment with us simple. Either call us at (425) 868-3338 or simply book an appointment online We’ve also provided a contact us page where you can reach our office electronically. We look forward to serving you!

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Meet Our Doctor

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  • Dr.
    Khanh Le, DPM

    Dr Khanh Le grew up in the Sammamish Plateau. He attended Eastlake High School and obtained a BA in Economics and minor in Chemistry at the University of Washington. His medical training took him to Temple University in Philadelphia followed by residency in Southeastern Michigan where he was trained in forefoot and rearfoot trauma and reconstructive surgery as well as wound care. Dr Le focuses on conservative treatment methods while offering surgical intervention when indicated. 


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "The office staff are knowledgeable, professional and compassionate. The doctor spent a lot of time explaining my procedure and was very patient and understanding. I highly recommend this practice."
    Sylvia W
  • "Dr. Le took his time explaining to my daughter her injury. Sometimes in a doctors office you feel as if everyone is rushed. Not here. It was refreshing to feel an attentive process in place and the office team so friendly."
  • "Dr. Le was very thorough when explaining my plantar fasciitis problem and what needed to be done to remedy the situation. He has an excellent, soft spoken and direct manner, I felt confident in his care."
    Kathy D.
  • "I have been going to this clinic a few years now but this was my first experience with Dr. Le. He was great, easy to talk to, understood what I needed, was efficient and helpful. Thanks Dr. Le. My foot already feels better!"
    Catherine G.
  • "Dr Le grew up and went to the high school literally next door to his office! I felt I know him already. He is easy to talk to and provided good suggestions for taking care of my feet. I lived in Sammamish for 31 years and am delighted to find Dr Le practicing so close to my residence!"
    Evelyn M.
  • "Overall great experience. The office staff were all nice and polite. He listened to all my concerns and addressed them as well. He did not gaslight me but actually checked on everything before just giving any diagnosis. He was very polite and attentive."
    Tabitha J.
  • "Dr. Le is great at listening, diagnosing the situation and providing practical solutions starting with conservative treatment. This visit was my second visit with Dr. Le and I would highly recommend him to anyone with foot and ankle issues."
    William S.
  • "In early January I broke my left ankle (fibula) which required immediate surgery to repair and stabilize. I can’t say enough about the attentive care and support I received from Dr. Le. My ankle recovery was perfect. Within 60-90 days I was back to normal exercise and outdoor activities. Thanks Dr. Le!"
    David K.

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