Welcome

Pennsylvania Foot and Ankle Associates, PC is one of the leading providers of foot and ankle care and treatment in the Delaware Valley. With five office locations and two wound care centers located in and around the Philadelphia region, we offer convenient access to the latest treatment practices and state-of-the-art foot and ankle care. We are proud to be a center of excellence in foot and ankle disorders in this region.

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Winter Falls

ANKLE FRACTURES OCCUR FREQUENTLY FROM ICE-RELATED FALLS

With the hectic pace of tFor many, winter is fall seasonhis winter, serious injuries from ice-related falls inevitably occur. The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) reports that falls on icy surfaces are a major cause of ankle sprains and fractures, and it’s critical to seek prompt treatment to prevent further damage that can prolong recovery.…read more

The Doctors

With more than 250 years of collective experience, the award-winning Doctors and Surgeons at Pennsylvania Foot and Ankle Associates provide our patients with an unsurpassed level of care and exceptional results.

Dr. Bruce Bruskoff
Dr. Jack Rubinlicht
Dr. Howard D. Goldhammer
Dr. David S. Wander
Dr. Jay Schnitzer
Dr. Robert Rajczy
Dr. Andrew J. Sohl
Dr. Nafisa Hasan
Dr. Leona Subiel Velicov

Office Locations

Close to your home or office

Recent Stories

Enjoy the summer -- sunscreen your feet

When at the pool or lake we all lather up with sun screen to protect our skin from the harmful rays of the sun. But do we remember to apply sunscreen to our feet? Full article

Handicapped

Flip-flops are the summer footwear of choice for many students. But while these sandals are inexpensive and stylish, they don’t cushion or support the foot, leading to problems.

Winter Boots

Winter’s popular women’s boots typically feature tall, spiked heels and narrow, pointed toes that can make your feet unstable on snow- and ice-covered surfaces.

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