Podiatry Now in Murfreesboro!

Podiatry in Murfreesboro

Exciting things are happening in Murfreesboro! The same great podiatry Middle Tennessee residents have enjoyed from Neuhaus Foot & Ankle for years is now available in Murfreesboro. Local patients can trust that they are in excellent care with lead podiatrist Dr. Knox now accepting patients in Murfreesboro.

Treatment for All Your Foot and Ankle Needs

At Neuhaus Foot & Ankle, our podiatrists specialize in all foot or ankle related pain or injury. We treat a wide variety of conditions, including:

Foot and ankle problems don’t just cause pain, they cause stress. If you have to stand a lot for work or you maintain an active lifestyle, foot problems get in the way of your everyday life.

It doesn’t have to be this way. When you turn to an experienced podiatrist, being on your feet doesn’t have to be so painful. Whether you’ve been struggling with foot pain for years, or you’ve recently had a flare-up, Dr. Knox and the team at Neuhaus Foot & Ankle can help!


Experience Relief After Years of Chronic Foot Pain

Unfortunately, chronic foot or ankle pain is extremely common. It can interfere with your quality of life. If you’re one of these people, you may have spent hundreds or even thousands of dollars searching for a solution from places like The Good Feet Store. Even after spending all that time and money, you may still find yourself dealing with severe foot pain.

Many of our patients have been through this cycle. But we're to help! With expert podiatrists at Neuhaus Foot & Ankle, you can finally experience relief. When you’re not dealing with constant foot or ankle pain, you can enjoy a better quality of life and get back to doing what you love - pain free.


Be Treated by an Expert Who Cares

Foot problems can also be embarrassing. Our team of podiatrists and healthcare professionals will do everything in our power to make you feel comfortable at Neuhaus Foot & Ankle. We’ll treat you with the kindness and respect you deserve.

The Neuhaus mission has always been to provide expert foot and ankle care to people who have never experienced a successful treatment. Relief is possible, but it’s going to take a professional with the right knowledge, experience, and equipment. With our new Murfreesboro location, foot or ankle pain relief is more accessible than ever!


Get Professional Foot and Ankle Care from the Beginning

If your foot or ankle problems are a more recent development, it’s important to act quickly. The longer you wait for treatment, the worse the problem will get. But if you get professional help quickly, you are more likely to experience successful treatment.

Our methods are so much more effective than at-home treatments. We’ll give you a thorough foot exam and a professional medical diagnosis. You can have peace of mind knowing that you’re speaking with a trained podiatrist.


Schedule Your Podiatry Appointment in Murfreesboro Today!

Make sure that the feet you stand on are in the best condition they can be. With our patient priority guarantee, you'll always feel like the most important person in our clinic. Call 615-220-8788 to schedule your appointment today. Dr. Knox is now accepting patients in Murfreesboro on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


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