Greece, New York

Advanced Foot Care Center of Rochester

Leading-edge foot care with a personal touch

Advanced Foot Care Center of Rochester

97 Canal Landing Blvd, Ste 3
Rochester, NY 14626
(585) 249-0020
Advanced Foot Care Center of Rochester, Foot Doctor, Health and Beauty, Rochester, New York

For over 30 years, Rochester residents have trusted Dr. Joseph G. DiPrima with all of their foot-related concerns. Whether you’re suffering from a common foot pain problem such as  hammertoe and bunions, a sports injury, or nerve damage related to diabetes, you can count on this experienced foot doctor to help you feel better than ever.

Dr. DiPrima and his staff work hard to not only treat their patients’ foot pain but to provide valuable information, enabling patients to understand their condition and treatment plan. This level of respect, compassion, and individualized attention stems from the practice’s philosophy that patients ought to be treated like family.

Born and raised in nearby Rochester, Dr. DiPrima has a deep understanding of his community’s podiatry needs. His practice combines state-of-the-art techniques and equipment with high-quality care to provide patients with solutions to their foot pain. While many new podiatry patients worry about needing surgery, Dr. DiPrima and his staff always make non-surgical treatment their first option.

This helps put patients’ minds at ease, allowing them to feel better both physically and mentally. In cases where surgery is needed, Dr. DiPrima uses minimally invasive laser and endoscopic procedures with shorter downtimes. In fact, many patients can walk out the same day.

Other services available at Dr. DiPrima’s clinic include:

  • Specialized Diabetic Foot Care
  • Treatment Of Chronic Heel Pain Due To Plantar Fasciitis
  • Corn, Callus, & Wart Removal
  • Ingrown Nail Treatment
  • Relief For Interdigital Nerve Pain
  • Arthritis Treatment

Learn more about Dr. Joseph G. DiPrima and the full range of treatment options available at his clinic by visiting the clinic’s website. Call (585) 249-0020 to schedule a consultation.

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