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CMP doctors answer foot related questions

Central Massachusetts Podiatry doctors answer foot related questions

We want to hear from you! What is your foot, ankle, toenail, shoe or sports related question? Is there a foot diagnosis or condition that you would like to learn more about? A foot product or device that you wish you would have an input from a podiatrist?  

Click this link and send us all your foot  questions and concerns. 

Each week, one of our top foot and ankle surgeons will choose a topic to write about (tip: check our blog for previous content). 

Meanwhile, if you have foot or ankle pain call 508-757-4003 or TEXT 508-625-7775 for a visit with the best team of foot and ankle specialists. In Worcester and Westborough, our patients have access to quality care and the most advanced treatments. 

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Central Massachusetts Podiatry Central Massachusetts Podiatry Call 508-757-4003 or Text 508-625-7775 for an appointment in Worcester and Westborough. Same day visits might be available. New patients can book their first visit on our website.

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