WARWICK, RI, August 15, 2010 (Press-News.org) Warwick podiatrists at the Foot and Ankle Institute of New England are pleased to announce the relocation of their podiatric practice to a new office at 400 Bald Hill Road in Warwick. As of August 23, 2010 the doctors at the Institute will be seeing patients at their new location.
Boasting 6 treatment rooms, a private x-ray suite and an orthotic laboratory, the Warwick podiatrists of Foot and Ankle Institute of New England are pleased to offer state of the art podiatry medicine and surgery to its patients from their new office.
"Our patients are anxious to see what new and exciting medical treatments we have to offer from this cutting edge practice," said Dr. Stephen Rogers, podiatrist in Warwick. "It's encouraging to have the support of the community as we make this bold move."
The Foot and Ankle Institute of New England is a full-service podiatric practice offering the highest level of care in foot and ankle health. Services offered include, but are not limited to, treatment for sports injuries, Metatarsalgia, ankle pain, flat foot and heel pain in Warwick. Operated by experienced podiatric professionals, Drs. Rogers, Gallucci, Sabourin and Reid, these Warwick podiatrists are also on staff at the major Rhode Island and Southern Massachusetts hospitals including: Kent County, Roger Williams and Charlton Memorial.
The podiatric staff at Foot and Ankle Institute of New England is confident that the new move will further enhance the quality and level of care they can provide for their patients. They are grateful for the support they have received from existing patients as they prepare for their move.
"It's nice to know that local businesses and our patients care about us as much as we care about them." adds Dr. Robert Gallucci, Warwick podiatrist.
Patients can learn more about the Warwick podiatrists by visiting the practice's website. From doctor bios and office directions to service descriptions and an extensive patient education library, patients can find all of the information they need to make educated decisions about their foot and ankle health.
In addition to their Warwick location, the Institute also has offices in Middletown, RI and Fall River, MA. They accept most insurance plans and are conveniently on staff at the areas' major hospitals. These Warwick podiatrists and their friendly, caring and experienced staff look forward to welcoming their many loyal patients as well as new patients to the beautiful new facility.
About Foot & Ankle Institute of New England: Foot and Ankle Institute of New England is a group of leading podiatrists in Warwick, Middletown and Fall River. Warwick flat foot and heel pain specialists, Drs. Robert Gallucci, Stephen Rogers, Jonathan Sabourin and Douglas Reid, bring years of experience to the podiatric field and a passion for delivering quality foot and ankle care to every patient they serve. Services include treatment for fungal nails, heel pain, diabetic wounds, flat foot and heel pain in Middletown, Warwick and Fall River.
Dr. Stephen J. Rogers
400 Bald Hill Road
Warwick, RI 02886
Leading Warwick Podiatrists Eager To Provide Podiatric Care From New Office Location
Experienced podiatrists in Warwick announce the upcoming move of their office to a new and improved Warwick facility.
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Experienced podiatrists in Warwick announce the upcoming move of their office to a new and improved Warwick facility.