Welcome to Foot Care Center of Guntersville

Call Us At 256-891-0123



Foot Fact

Generally, we can eliminate ingrown toenail pain on your first visit.



Our mission is to ensure our patients are appreciated, respected, and listened to and to make every effort to ensure our patients live a pain free life.




We know it is a privilege to serve you. We provide in office surgery, X-rays, state-of-the-art diagnostic evaluations combined with over 32 years of experience to treat all your foot care needs. We seek to provide comfort, care, and correction by exhausting all conservative treatment methods when possible before resorting to surgery. We welcome patients of all ages.


We are providers for Medicare and Blue Cross. We will file other insurances as a convenience for our patients.


Foot Care Center of Guntersville treats the following foot conditions: bunions, burning feet, calluses, corns, cysts, foot numbness, foot pain, fractures, fungus nails, hammer toes, heel spurs, ingrown toenails, keratotic lesions, neuromas, rashes, tendon pain, tingling, toe deformities, traumatic injuries, warts, wound care, and more...


Foot Care Center of Guntersville offers custom orthotics, diabetic foot care, gait training, in-office surgery under local anesthetic, in-office x-ray and diagnostic ultrasound, palliative care, and many other services.


Please call 256-891-0123 for an appointment. We are open Monday through Wednesday 8:00am to 5:00pm and Friday from 8:00am to 1:00pm.


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Foot Care Center of Guntersville Practice Philosophy

The practice philosophy of Foot Care Center is first and foremost to listen intently and respectfully to our patients. We know this is crucial as we partner with them to improve, cure, and/or prevent their foot problem. This partnership includes patient education, informed consent, and, when indicated, employing the most conservative regimen of treatment first. It is our philosophy that giving our patients a thorough understanding of their foot problem, both the symptoms and the underlying cause, enables them to better determine the best approach for caring for them.