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About Desert Foot & Ankle

Desert Foot and Ankle is a podiatric practice with locations in Mesa and Phoenix, Arizona. Its podiatrists have been caring for patients in the East Valley region of metropolitan Phoenix for over 40 years. Desert Foot and Ankle offers a wide range of services, from routine foot care to surgery and hospital care, diabetic foot care, and emergency, same day appointments.

At both easily accessible offices, the friendly Desert Foot and Ankle team offers flexible scheduling and speaks Spanish. When you visit Desert Foot and Ankle, its board-certified podiatrists offer you compassionate and comprehensive care, no matter your age or walk of life.

The doctors at Desert Foot and Ankle bring with them decades of training, experience, national lecturing, authorship, professorship, and humanitarian podiatric work. They can’t wait to treat you. To schedule an appointment with Desert Foot and Ankle, call either of its offices or use the online booking tool today.

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