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Excelsior Orthopaedics Podiatry opens for Amherst patients July 5

Date: July 5, 2022 Category: Uncategorized

The  Amherst podiatrists of Excelsior Orthopaedics has moved to 4020 Sheridan Drive, effective July 5.

Excelsior Podiatry at 4020 Sheridan Drive is across the street from our Amherst office at 3925 Sheridan Drive. It is next to the DENT Tower (on the right side), on the Westbound side of Sheridan, near Harlem Road. Dedicated parking space is reserved for Excelsior Podiatry patients.

The doctors moving to this location are as follows:

  • John Hurley, DPM
  • Sean Keating, DPM
  • Dan Keating, DPM
  • Jude Violante, DPM
  • Chris Keating, DPM

Excelsior Orthopaedics Podiatry will continue to offer x-ray, custom fitting for recommended or prescribed orthotics and durable medical equipment, conveniently keeping services under one roof.

This move ONLY affects patients who see their podiatrist at our Sheridan location in Amherst. Our podiatry services at Orchard Park, Niagara Falls and East Amherst (Transit Rd.) offices are not changing. You will be able to continue care at those convenient locations.

To help with this transition, you will be sent an appointment reminder in the form of text, e-mail and voicemail three days prior to your next scheduled appointment. And if you have someone driving you to your appointment, please make them aware of this location change.

If there are any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to call Excelsior Orthopaedics at (716) 250-9999. Thank you for continuing to entrust us with your care!

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Excelsior Orthopaedics Podiatry opens for Amherst patients July 5