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Ankle & Foot Associates, LLC

Podiatrists & Foot and Ankle Specialists located in Southeast Georgia and South Carolina
Now offering Telehealth visits

The physicians and staff of Ankle & Foot Associates are dedicated to using the latest research and most advanced technology to deliver exceptional podiatric care to people throughout southern Georgia and adjacent areas. Our services – whether preventive care or corrective surgery – have earned the practice excellent recognition and steady growth for the past decade.



Ankle & Foot Associates, LLC

With more than 15 convenient locations throughout Southeast Georgia and South Carolina, Ankle & Foot Associates, LLC, strives to provide superior lower extremity care to patients of all ages, from infants to elderly patients. The practice is proud to serve patients in Waycross, Douglas, Jesup, Fitzgerald, Hinesville, Valdosta, Tifton, Savannah, St. Marys, Statesboro, Claxton, Moultrie, Rincon, and Baxley, Georgia, in addition to Hardeeville, South Carolina.

The entire team at Ankle & Foot Associates is either board qualified or board-certified, so patients can always rest assured they are in good hands when they visit their preferred location.

Every Ankle & Foot Associates, LLC, location is equipped with digital X-ray machines and monitors in the treatment room for the most comprehensive patient education possible. This helps patients stay informed so they can better understand their diagnosis and treatment options.

Additionally, several Ankle & Foot Associates, LLC, locations have diagnostic ultrasound technology and laser treatment options for minimally invasive foot and ankle treatments. The practice also has an MRI Center at its Waycross location for diagnosing more complex conditions of the lower extremities.

For patients who require surgery, the practice offers a state-of-the-art surgery center for exceptional one-on-one care in a safe, comfortable environment, with highly trained foot and ankle surgeons.

Ankle & Foot Associates, LLC, has been delivering quality care to patients for more than 40 years, and the staff is proud to expand their services. From diabetic foot care and pediatric care to MLS® Laser Therapy to Lapiplasty® bunion surgery, the team has the skill and experience required to meet any patient’s needs.



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Here at Ankle & Foot Associates, we have 14 board-certified surgeons to provide you with expert recommendations and help you prepare for any necessary ankle or foot surgeries. Our practice is working together to realize a shared vision of uncompromising excellence in podiatry.



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Ankle & Foot Associates gladly accepts the following insurances.

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Peach State Health Plan

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