23 Spring Street, Suite B
Scarborough, Maine 04074
207-774-0028MAPS & DIRECTIONS
Our new office is newly renovated and three times the size of our old office in Portland. Our new office is located at 23 Spring Street, Suite B in Scarborough, Maine.
Welcome to Lighthouse Foot and Ankle Center!
We provide comprehensive foot and ankle care for patients throughout the greater Portland, Maine community. Dr. Michele Kurlanski, supported by an experienced and professional staff, treats all foot and ankle problems with a mixture of leading-edge capabilities, proven skill and experience, and a welcoming atmosphere that makes you feel like a part of the family. As a result, we have earned the trust of thousands of patients over the last several years.
You can count on us to get you back on your feet. We are heel pain experts and orthotic specialists. We also provide expert diabetic care; helping people battling diabetes to reduce the risk of severe foot damage and amputation. We are excited to offer Cold Laser Therapy for chronic and acute conditions! Patients also receive caring treatment for conditions as bunions, heel spurs and flat feet. Please explore our website to learn more about our services. Our office is centrally located in Portland and is convenient for patients from Biddeford to Bridgton.
We give every patient the kind of care and attention that would give to our own family members. Our approach is based on a personal knowledge of each patient and you can always be assured of the most qualified care and the most attentive service.
Call 207-774-0028 to schedule an appointment!
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