Neuhaus Foot and Ankle set to expand to Columbia and Pulaski on September 1

Dr. Brian Jackson and his staff at Middle Tennessee Foot and Ankle has joined Neuhaus Foot and Ankle as the Nashville-based podiatry group expands into Columbia and Pulaski. Middle Tennessee Foot and Ankle will begin seeing patients under the Neuhaus Foot and Ankle name on September 1, 2021.


Regarding the partnership with Neuhaus Foot and Ankle, Dr. Jackson said, “We have served the wonderful people of Columbia and Pulaski for over 27 years. Joining Neuhaus Foot and Ankle will bring state-of-the-art technology to our clinics and help us provide specialized foot and ankle care to more people in the community.” 

 

To facilitate this transition, Middle Tennessee Foot and Ankle will close from August 23 to August 31 to install new technology including an industry leading 3D digital foot scanner and to train staff on these new machines. The clinics will reopen as Neuhaus Foot and Ankle on September 1.

 

“Patients tell us they have lived with foot pain or problems for weeks or even months before seeing our doctors. Often, this is because they don’t know where to go for the best treatment options for their foot or ankle issue. We look forward to helping more people throughout Columbia, Pulaski and surrounding areas receive specialized foot and ankle care through Dr. Jackson and his team,” states Dr. Matthew Neuhaus, owner of Neuhaus Foot and Ankle. 

 

To book an appointment at Neuhaus Foot and Ankle in the new Columbia and Pulaski offices visit Neufoot.com/contactus or call (615) 220-8788.

 

About Neuhaus Foot and Ankle

At Neuhaus Foot & Ankle, our team of expert podiatrists treat all foot and ankle-related conditions, from the mild to severe. With board-certified podiatrists that combine for over 60 years of experience across 10 locations, our mission is to help individuals living with foot or ankle pain to get back to doing the activities they love. Visit Neufoot.com to learn more

 

About Middle Tennessee Foot and Ankle

Dr. Brian Jackson is board certified in podiatric orthopedics and primary podiatric medicine. He specializes in general podiatric medicine, heel pain, diabetic foot care, ingrown toenails, and toenail fungus and has been in practice serving the Columbia and Pulaski communities for 27 years.

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