Charleston, West Virginia

Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias

Feel Great About Your Feet

Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias

4216 MacCorkle Ave SE
Charleston, WV 25304
(304) 205-7824
Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias, Podiatrists, Health and Beauty, Charleston, West Virginia

Many people take their feet and legs for granted—until various aches or pains develop, and then it’s incredibly hard to ignore with each and every step. In Charleston, patients with foot, heel, ankle or toe pain turn to the dedicated and skilled podiatrists at the Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias. Physicians Dr. Timothy Donatelli and Dr. James Chianese are both board-certified surgeons, while Dr. Dan Chianese and Dr. Mark Wilt are board-qualified surgeons, and each have specialties and focuses on podiatric medicine, orthopedics, and foot and ankle surgery.

The Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias offers patients a variety of podiatry services for all manner of foot and ankle conditions and treatments, including a diabetic shoe program, diagnostic vascular testing, MLS laser therapy, shockwave treatment, Q-Clear laser fungus system, orthotic therapy, and wound care.

Additionally, you can visit the specialists for problems such as foot and ankle injuries, Morton’s neuroma, heel fissuring, flat feet, athlete’s foot, gout, plantar fasciitis, warts, Achilles tendon and tendonitis, and leg and foot ulcers.

With six locations throughout Virginia and West Virginia, the staff at each and every Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias is dedicated to delivering professional podiatric care to each and every patient for foot and ankle ailments. To learn more about the physicians and services at Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias , fill out a new patient form on the website or call them directly at (800) 456-8637.

Announcements & Events from Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias
3 Reasons You Should See a Podiatrist, Charleston, West Virginia
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What is Hammer Toe? Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias Explains, Charleston, West Virginia
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5 ​Tips From the Podiatrist on Treating an Ingrown Toenail, Charleston, West Virginia
An ingrown toenail isn’t pretty to look at, and it can cause significant pain. Our staff at Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias in Charleston, West Virginia, has many ...read more
Causes of Bunions & Toe Pain From Charleston's Favorite Physicians, Charleston, West Virginia
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Charleston, WV Podiatrists Share Valuable Advice on Preventing Foot Warts , Charleston, West Virginia
Warts on the feet can be extremely painful. Although they are usually harmless, a viral infection can lead to the development of plantar warts. Without proper treatment, these harmfu...read more
Do you have fungus growing on and inside your toenails? We at Foot and Ankle Clinic of the Virginias are the top podiatrists in Charleston, WV, and can discuss with you the caus...read more
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If you've suffered from any kind of foot pain or ankle pain, you understand just how much it can affect your quality of life. Whether you have an ingrown toenail, need diabetic foot ...read more
At Foot & Ankle Clinic of the Virginias, our team of specialized podiatrists is equipped to handle everything from an ingrown toenail to assisting patients in need of diabetic fo...read more
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