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Weiss Foot & Ankle Center

WEISS FOOT & ANKLE CENTER is at the forefront of patient care, utilizing the latest research and technology to deliver complete podiatric care to patients throughout Southern New Jersey. Whether its highly complex foot and ankle surgery or non-invasive treatments, WEISS FOOT & ANKLE CENTER is the right place to address your foot or ankle problems and has earned the praise of the Southern New Jersey community for over a decade.

Weiss Foot & Ankle specializes in common foot problems such as Bunions, Flat Feet, Neuromas, Hammertoes and Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain).

Dr. Weiss has used advanced laser techniques to successfully eliminate plantar warts with no discomfort to the patient. A fully integrated electronic medical record system enables WEISS FOOT & ANKLE CENTER to conveniently send patient prescriptions over the internet to pharmacies in seconds, ensuring prescriptions are filled accurately 100% of the time. Also, the office recently started providing the convenience of digital radiography, which saves patients valuable time and money. Real time diagnoses can be made during your initial appointment.

As a board certified foot and ankle specialist Dr. Weiss provides patients with the highest level of professional care.

Meet Dr. Weiss

Meet Dr. Weiss

Dr. Weiss has been caring for the residents of Southern New Jersey for over 15 years. He founded Weiss Foot and Ankle Center with the goal of providing state of the art Podiatric care.

You too can have clear nails in a ZAP

One of the first in the country to use laser therapy to treat fungal discolored nails, Dr. Weiss is at the forefront of laser nail care, successfully treating Onychomycosis painlessly with this new technology.

Do you have discolored thick toenails? Are you embarrassed to show your nails in public? If so, then Weiss Foot and Ankle Center can help.

You will notice results within 2-4 months, depending on how quickly your toenails grow. New, clear growth begins to appear at the bottom portion of your nail as the diseased portion of your nail grows out.

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