The Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia Relocates to New Decatur Location
Serving as the leading podiatry service provider in the Metro-Atlanta area, The Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia is pleased to announce that their Decatur clinic has relocated to Clairemont Avenue.
Founded in 1982 by Dr. Joseph D. Giovinco, the Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia was created to help treat painful foot and ankle conditions and help ‘keep patients’ life in motion’. For over two decades, the Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia has been providing outstanding care and medical treatment to help restore each patient’s active lifestyle.
Dedicated to providing the latest advancements for patients, the Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia is pleased to announce the relocation of its Decatur clinic. Just under one and half miles away from their previous Church Street location, the new clinic is located conveniently at 215 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030.
“We are excited to relocate our Decatur location to a permanent office in a more convenient location for our patients,” said Dr. Giovinco. ”Our physicians are dedicated to delivering the best in patient-centered care, a mission of ours since day one and provide convenience,” he added.
The new location will house the facility’s Decatur foot doctors and serve the community with its expanded surgical center. The state-of-the-art surgical center provides a relaxing and comfortable setting to a pleasant and successful procedure should a patient require it. Certified by the State of Georgia, the center also assures patients that they are receiving the best care available today.
As the leading provider of Podiatrists in Decatur, GA, the Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia continues to look the future to provide the quality care patients and continued service to the community.
The Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia specializes in treating a variety of foot ailments, including bunions, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, bone spurs, ingrown toenails, toenail fungus, diabetic foot care, sports injuries, warts, nerve injuries, joint replacement surgery, foot and ankle tumors, occupational foot care, and reconstructive foot surgery.
To learn more about the new location of the Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia in Decatur, please visit AnkleAndFootCenters.com for details or to make an appointment.