Announcing Our New Podiatry Clinic in Smyrna

After many years serving Rutherford County patients with foot or ankle pain in our Smyrna office at StoneCrest medical center, we're excited to provide podiatry services in our new and improved Smyrna podiatry clinic! 

Our podiatrists, Dr. Matthew Neuhaus and Dr. Jason Knox, will continue to see patients dealing with heel pain, tendinitis, ingrown toenails, diabetic wounds, ankle sprains or fractures - all pain and problems foot or ankle related -  in the new Smyrna office. 

At Neuhaus Foot and Ankle, we're so focused on providing you with great care and service that we jumped at the opportunity to move to a new and improved clinic to better serve you.

3 Things to Know About Our New Podiatry Clinic in Smyrna

- You'll have better parking and walk-up access. You now be able to park directly in front of our clinic and walk right in! No more parking in a large hospital parking lot and waiting for an elevator. 

- You'll receive a free foot scan and gait analysis. We've invested in new ways to help you understand your feet better! You will now receive a foot scan as part of the office visit. This will help you know the type of arch you have and the level of support you need so you can prevent foot pain and related complications with the right footwear. 

- Diabetic patients now have the convenience of in-house testing for Peripheral Arterial Disease. The American Diabetes Association recommends annual foot examinations that include assessing the risk for Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). This disease can lead to hair loss, painful hips, leg cramping and chronic cold feet. With our new technology, testing is complete in a few minutes instead of the half hour it previously took. 

Our new podiatry clinic in Smyrna

Our Smyrna office is just a mile from Stonecrest Medical Center, located at 693 Presidents Place, Suite 103, Smyrna, TN 37167. It's the medical plaza just southwest of the Publix grocery store. 

 

Schedule a podiatry appointment online

We hope to see you in our new Smyrna office the next time you have a foot or ankle related issue. You can schedule online here or call us at 615-239-6207. 

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