New Stunning IFAC Office Location in West Palm Beach!

The very first podiatry office location for Integrative Foot & Ankle Centers since 2012 has moved its' location to 5405 Okeechobee Blvd Suite #303 in West Palm Beach. Only a few miles and a few minutes west down Okeechobee, the new office brings a much easier location to find, more ample parking, a larger waiting room, more treatment rooms, and a foot spa located within the same office space.

Many patients have been waiting for this much anticipated move, and although IFAC has been focusing on expanding in other areas in the past few years, in order to service more patients for podiatry and foot & ankle surgery in areas such as Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington, Loxahatchee, and even Lake Worth & Greenacres for our spider vein treatment and cosmetic toenail services, we have now finally made the move for our main office into a larger, newly renovated medical office space.

It is located in the "Midtown Imaging building", a beautiful three-story glass edifice on the north side of Okeechobee Blvd just east of the Florida Turnpike, nestled nicely between downtown West Palm Beach from the east and Royal Palm Beach from the west. Accessibility couldn't be easier at this junction between Okeechobee and the Turnpike, from these two cities as well as Palm Beach Gardens from the north and Lake Worth from the South. In addition, all onsite imaging services can performed on the first floor, including, X-ray, MRI, CT scan, and Ultrasound, some of the more common imaging studies ordered by our excellent podiatrists and foot & ankle surgeons: Dr Daniel Pero, Dr. Karl Michel, and Dr. Desiree Garzon. Our Century Village location at the health center above Walgreen's will continue to be open until the end of October on Wednesday afternoons, and then all Century Village residents can have the luxury of being seen in our new office, courtesy of transportation provided from Century Village, any day of the week, Monday through Friday, 9am-4:30pm.

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