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Here We Grow Again: We’re Coming to Holly Springs!

Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center is pleased to announce the addition of its Holly Springs office in November 2018. The new state-of-the-art podiatry practice will open at 1004 Werrington Drive, Ste. 300 in Main Street Square along G.B. Alford Highway (Hwy 55). The practice will offer foot and ankle care for all ages. Services will include surgical and non-surgical treatment for skin and nail conditions, fractures, sprains, sports injuries, birth deformities, foreign bodies, diabetic foot care and disorders, pediatric conditions, nerve disorders, and wounds.

“Our vision is to serve the community by providing compassionate and progressive foot and ankle care for children, adolescents, and adults,” said Dr. Kirk Woelffer. “And our mission is to provide advanced care through a dedicated, well-trained healthcare team in a friendly, professional setting.”

“We offer the latest advances in technology to get you back on your feet quickly,” said Dr. Alan Boehm. “This includes digital x-rays, Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), ultrasound, 3D scanning for custom molded orthotics, and laser therapy for toenail fungus.”

The Holly Springs office will also feature an onsite nail care salon with medically trained technicians who will perform podiatrist-supervised pedicures for patients, including those with diabetes.

Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center’s surgeons Dr. Kirk Woelffer, Dr. Alan Boehm, Dr. Jordan Meyers, and Dr. Alyssa Carroll bring over 35 years of trusted podiatry experience. They volunteer at Open Door Clinic, Alliance Medical Ministry, and Project Homeless Connect.

“Holly Springs has seen a tremendous amount of growth, with little increase in available foot and ankle care,” said Dr. Jordan Meyers. “Making time to go to the doctor is challenging enough, so we are excited to provide advanced foot and ankle care a little closer to home for all the great people in Holly Springs and its surrounding areas. This also provides an opportunity for us to not only offer great medical care, but contribute and give back to the community through various avenues of charitable work.”

Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center plans to open the Holly Springs satellite office on November 12, 2018. For more information call (919) 850-9111 or visit www.RaleighFootAndAnkleCenter.com. Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center is a division of Foot & Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic, LLC.

 

You Are Unique– That’s Why You Deserve A Multidisciplinary Approach to Care

You deserve the absolute best when it comes to your healthcare. Fortunately, with today’s medicine you have a team of specialists at your fingertips to ensure you are getting the best possible care for your unique situation. Dr. Alyssa Carroll explains the benefit of using a multidisciplinary approach to your care in this article.

Introducing Dr. Jordan Meyers!

This month Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center has been excited to welcome Dr. Jordan Meyers to our office! We sat down and asked Dr. Meyers a few questions to help you get to know him a little better:

Dr. Jordan Meyers

Q: What is your background?

A: I moved to North Carolina when I was 11, so I really feel that I did most of my growing up here and have the strongest connection to North Carolina. I attended Cardinal Gibbons for high school and then East Carolina University (Go Pirates!). From there I headed North to Philadelphia to attend the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. I received my surgical training at the University of Louisville Hospital in Kentucky, all to eventually return back to North Carolina.

Q: Do you have a specialty or preference in what type of foot conditions or ailments you treat?

A: It is difficult for me to say that I enjoy treating one foot condition or ailment over another. In my opinion, the best part of my job is getting to meet new people, learn about their lives and their families, then find out how I can help alleviate their pain or condition so they can return back to what they enjoy doing. I feel very fortunate to have trained at such a diverse program that allows me to comfortably and quickly treat all conditions. Being an avid hockey player, I am also working to specialize in treating hockey injuries as I understand the unique nature of trauma and biomechanical stresses the foot and ankle undergo from hockey skates. My goal is to keep players of all ages on the ice!

Q: What are you most excited about in starting to see patients at Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center?

A: What I am most excited about is being able to bring my unique skill set to provide care for the great people of North Carolina. My wife, an operating room nurse, is also directly involved in providing care for patients. We are both excited to return back to North Carolina and provide exceptional care for people in a place that has provided us such a wonderful area to grow up in.

Q: What do you like to do for fun?

A: I enjoy spending time with my wife and young daughter! I also enjoy playing ice hockey, playing golf, working out, and volunteering my time and services to give back to the community.

Dr. Meyers is excited to be treating your feet! Stop by and help us welcome Dr. Meyers back to North Carolina!