Reston/Herndon - (703) 437-6333
Manassas/Gainesville - (703) 368-7166

  • 5 Myths About Foot Care
    Five myths about foot care From bunions to broken toes, local foot and ankle surgeon has heard it all (Reston, Manassas, and Leesburg, VA – 12/5/14) “Don’t cross your eyes, they’ll stay Read more
  • 3 Easy Ways to Care for Your Feet
    During your lifetime, your feet endure hundreds of thousands of miles, and may be among the most underappreciated and hardest working parts of your body. Taking care of our feet Read more
  • Diabetics: Maintain Foot Health to Avoid Amputation
    Diabetes causes a condition of painful nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy. Neuropathy can affect your entire body, but most often the legs and feet are the body’s most prone areas Read more
  • Proper Foot Care For Your Child
    Keep your Children Active by Following Proper Foot Care You often worry about your children’s teeth, eyes, and other parts of their body.  You teach them how to wash, brush, and Read more
  • High heeled winter boots dangerous on ice and snow
    High heeled winter boots dangerous on ice and snow This winter’s fashionable high-heeled boots put women at risk for slips, falls, and injuries on ice and snow, warns Northern Virginia foot Read more
  • For many, Winter is Fall Season
    For many, winter is fall season Icy conditions cause falls and broken ankles (Reston, Manassas, and Leesburg, VA – 11/14/2014) With the hectic pace of the holidays, serious injuries from ice-related falls Read more
  • Rare diabetes foot complication becoming more common in Northern Virginia
    Rare diabetes foot complication becoming more common in Northern Virginia Few people with diabetes know about the limb-threatening foot condition, or its warning signs As diabetes rates soar nationwide, a Manassas, VA Read more
  • Foot Pain in Overweight Children
    Local doctor notices more foot pain in overweight children (Reston, Manassas, and Leesburg, VA – 10/31/2014) Steven Gordon, DPM, FACFAS, a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Read more
  • 60 seconds to stomp out cancer
    60 seconds to stomp out cancer Foot melanoma is the deadliest cancer, but routine foot self-exams can increase early detection, survival (Reston, Manassas, and Leesburg, VA – 10/24/14) The next time you Read more
  • Enjoy Pregnancy without Foot Pain
    Physician offers mothers-to-be remedies for aching feet Oh my aching feet” is a phrase you hear often from pregnant women. But, are sore feet a symptom they just must deal with Read more
  • Don't Ignore Flat Feet
    Don’t Ignore Flat Feet Study links this condition to painful foot maladies     (Reston, Manassas, Leesburg, VA,  10/3/2014) -- — Treatment and prevention of adult flatfoot can reduce the incidence of additional foot Read more
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  • Autumn time pain
        Autumn is a painful time of year for many Northern Virginia women. As they transition from open-toed sandals to closed-in boots and shoes, foot and ankle surgeon Steven Gordon, Read more
  • DVT
    Keeping Deadly Clots at Bay after Foot SurgeryMedication, movement can prevent DVT, pulmonary embolism   (Manassas, VA September 19, 2014) Each year in the United States, pulmonary embolisms (PE) kill more people Read more
  • Remain Active in Sports
    Remain Active in Sports with Help from Your Reston, Manassas & Leesburg Podiatrist From weekend warriors to professional athletes, it is important to take care of your feet to remain fit and Read more
  • Common Foot and Ankle Problems Among Athletes
    Any time a person engages in sports, they are running the risk of suffering an injury to the foot and ankle. Many of the injuries that cause foot ailments and Read more

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Reston Foot and Ankle Center
1760 Reston Pkwy, Suite 310
Reston, VA 20190
Phone (703) 437-6333
Fax: (703) 437-7837

Manassas Foot and Ankle Center
8577A Sudley Rd.
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone (703) 368-7166
Fax: (703) 368-5103

Office Hours

Reston Foot and Ankle Center
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm

Manassas Foot and Ankle Center
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm