REMEMBER YOUR FEET NEED CARE AND MAINTENANCE TOO!

The most powerful tool you have to understand is why you have foot and ankle pain, what can be done to treat it and the best steps you can take is information. Knowing what is happening and what to do is "THE KEY" to alleviating the problem.

Your feet are some of the hardest working parts of your body. They are responsible for carrying all of your weight. Like any hard-working machine, our feet and ankles need to be checked and cared for from time to time.

Please call us today at 817-481-4000 and schedule for our Grapevine or Keller offices. I promise that we will take the time to listen to you, hear your concerns and recommend a treatment plan to help get you back in step as soon as possible.

Your job is to call, our job is to help. 

Richard A. Nichols, DPM 
Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists in Grapevine & Keller 

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