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Welcome to Carolina Footcare, Your Podiatrist in Fayetteville, NC

Since 1995 Dr. Bowen and Carolina Footcare have been providing experienced, comprehensive treatment for a wide variety of foot ailments. Our services include both surgical and non-surgical treatment, on site x-rays, orthotics, and diabetic and routine footcare.

Following a thorough history and evaluation, we will help determine your best treatment options. Along with your physician, and other specialties as needed, Dr. Bowen and the clinical staff at Carolina Foot care will work to ensure that your foot condition is resolved, and that your health improves.

We realize that the physician's experience and your convenience are important factors in your selection of a podiatrist. On our website links you will find information about Dr. Bowen, his background and training. You will also find information about our staff, and our office, including directions, office hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling. You may contact us with any questions you have. We hope you will find that our practice offers the accessibility, and the commitment you look for from a podiatric physician.

We also believe that informed patients make better decisions about their health and well being. On the Patient Education link of our site you will find a section covering many of the topics associated with podiatry and podiatric diagnoses and treatments. We encourage you to look through these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your feet.

Please feel free to call for an appointment at (910) 486-4486.

Physician referrals can be faxed to (910) 486-0097.

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