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Podiatrist - Washington
853 Jefferson Ave-suite 2
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 225-7410
(724) 225-9469 - fax

We believe that having the right information will equip you in making the best decisions regarding your foot and ankle health. If you have an injury, your quality of life can depend on the type of care you get and how fast you get it. The more informed you are, the quicker you will recover. Dr. Pinkser is extremely dedicated to providing the most up-to-date and accurate information so you can learn more about your injury or condition, the activities that lead to them and treatment information.

Our podiatric office treats all aspects of foot and ankle injuries and conditions. Common foot and ankle injuries include:

Some of the common deformities and conditions treated at our office include:

For your use, we have provided an extensive patient library covering an array of topics on foot and ankle health. If you have a specific concern or topic of interest, please use the search box below on the left or browse through our resource library.

While you can find valuable and helpful information on our site, it should not be used as a replacement for a proper consultation and examination by Dr. Pinsker. If you have sustained an injury, are experiencing any pain or are concerned about a foot or ankle problem, please contact our office and schedule an appointment today

Neurolysis is a therapeutic procedure used to treat neuromas. During this nonsurgical procedure, the affected nerve is chemically destroyed via seven weekly injections of ethanol mixed with a local anesthetic. Because nerve tissue has an affinity for ethanol, it absorbs the substance, which, after repeated exposure, becomes toxic and destroys the pain-causing nerve. Neurolysis has a success rate of more than 60 percent. However, this treatment modality is not widely accepted by insurance companies.