With a tradition of caring for over 71 years we've provided fast, reliable, relief for your worst foot and ankle pain using the current state of the art EMR and digital technology available. With three generations of McCord doctors the Everett Foot Clinic has treated many generations of your family and neighbors. Our clinic provides the latest clinical knowledge and tools to efficiently treat some of the most common conditions.


Call or text to make an appointment:


Mon-Thurs 8AM - 5:30PM

Closed Friday


Providing you with the best in podiatry care.

Learn more about Dr Timothy I McCord

Learn more about Dr Timothy J McCord


3401 Rucker Avenue

Everett, WA 98201


From your local Everett podiatrist, we provide in office minor surgeries with emergency care for acute injuries. Our goal is to help you prevent problems from developing since a majority of the problems are inherited or influenced by environmental factors. Surgical care is reserved for those individuals who have corrected the cause of their problem but still have the need to restore proper structure to their foot or ankle problem. Many times the use of carbon fiber orthotics can help restore structural alignment to insure that the condition does not re-occur.

We provide services in Snohomish County, including Everett, Lake Stevens, Marysville, Snohomish, Lynnwood, Mill Creek, Edmonds, Stanwood, Smokey Point and Mukilteo.


During this difficult time we wanted to reach out to our patients and the people of Snohomish County:

During this pandemic we will remain open to provide care to our patients as long as there is no closure mandated by the state of Washington or a physician/staff health situation causing closure.

We can see emergent conditions to help relieve the strain off the Hosptial ER and decrease risks of exposure. We are following the guidelines recommended by the CDC and other Health Agencies. We will be using our PPE, sanitizing protocol, and practice safe distancing. We ask that if you have symptoms of the virus, please cancel your appointment and contact your primary care physician to determine if testing for Covid-19 should be performed. We will try to teleconference if need be. Please call if you have any questions. Be safe and stay healthy!