Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Care

Specialized Care for the Lower Extremity

If you have problems with your feet or ankles due to diabetes, vascular disease, or injury, you know how painful and debilitating they can be and how difficult it can be to find a doctor who specializes in your particular needs. Our team offers a unique, multidisciplinary approach, including wound care, podiatry, orthopaedic, vascular, and plastic surgeries. 

Conveniently located on the UPMC South Side campus, the center offers patients the convenience of on-site diagnostic testing and procedures. UPMC South Side provides state-of-the art operating suites, convenient parking, and comfortable waiting room facilities for families and friends.

Multidisciplinary Approach

Orthopaedic surgeons, podiatrists, and diabetes educators come together to form a unique multidisciplinary team. A nurse coordinator triages incoming patients to the appropriate doctors, minimizing your wait time and ensuring you see the right specialist from the beginning.


Our offices are located on the UPMC South Side campus on the seventh floor of the Roesch-Taylor Medical Building. The center has five examination rooms and a conference room for public educational programs. Two of the examination rooms are wheelchair accessible.

Parking is available in front of the building, and the center is accessible through the Roesch-Taylor Medical Building’s north entrance.

For more information about our comprehensive foot and ankle care, or to schedule an appointment, call 412-586-1531.




Contact Us

Roesch-Taylor Medical Building
Suite 7100 North
2100 Jane St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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