The doctors and staff of The Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Center (OFAC) in Falls Church are excited to announce their recent expansion and grand opening of a second office, located at 1307 North Highland Street in Arlington.
Arlington resident Matthew Buchanan, MD says: “We’re very proud to announce the opening of our new Clarendon office where we will provide compassionate, high-quality foot and ankle care to more patients in the Arlington area.” The building on North Highland Street has been completely renovated and is outfitted with the latest technology, including digital x-ray imaging. With ample parking and a location two blocks away from the Clarendon Metro station, this new facility is truly all about convenience to the patient, say the doctors.
Another addition to the team is Arthur Black, DPM, who joined The Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Center and is practicing at the new location. “After living in New York for the past 11 years, I am definitely excited about this next chapter of my life,” he says. “OFAC has welcomed me with open arms and incorporated me into their family. I look forward to becoming an integral part of the Virginia community and providing excellent foot and ankle care.” Dr. Black treats patients with common foot problems, including hammertoe and bunion deformity, fungal nails, athlete’s foot, diabetic foot care, as well as ankle sprains, strains and fractures.
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