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Park City Office


Park City Office

  • 1840 Sun Peak Drive
    Suite A-203
    Park City, UT 84098

  •  Phone: 435-256-8377

  • Phone: 435-850-7977


 Mon 8:30AM-5:00PM
 Tues Phones in the morning, then 12:30PM-5:00PM
Wed Phones Only
Thur 8:30AM-5:00PM
Friday 8:30AM-5:00PM


Park City Foot Doctor Location:

Our Park City office is conveniently located just off highway 224. You will turn west at the light by the Keller Williams office and our building is .2 miles down Worthington Dr. on the right side of the street. You will see a sign indicating the building at 1840 Sun Peak Dr. You will enter the main doors, head up to the upper level and follow the hall back where you will see a large glass door with our logo. 

Providing Care for the Whole Family

At Advanced Foot & Ankle Center, we specialize in providing care for the whole family, because foot problems affect the young and old equally.

Dr. Jared McPhie has extensive experience and training in a wide range of foot treatments so he can provide the care you need. So, whether you’re coping with athletic or work-related injuries, dealing with unexplained foot pain, or looking for a way to remove any warts or bunions, we can help.

From simple, preventative guidance to major corrective procedures, we can provide the care you need in your individual circumstances.

Treating a Range of Conditions

We use all the latest technologies to help us provide the best care possible for almost any condition, whether big or small.

Are you dealing with ingrown toenails? That can seem like a small problem, but they can sure cause a lot of pain. We can help with that.

Are you facing arthritic pain every day? We can help you cope with that, too.

Have you been injured? Have you developed heel spurs? Do you experience tendon and joint pain?

Call our Park City podiatrist office to find out how we can help.

Diabetic Foot Care

You can get effective and practical diabetic foot care at our office in Park City.

Patients who are suffering from diabetes need to pay very close attention to the condition and health of their feet. Any potential problems – from bruising to unexplained lesions or swelling – could be indicators of a serious problem.

If you notice any of these symptoms, contact us immediately.

Getting You Back on Your Feet

A healthy and active lifestyle depends on strong and reliable foot and ankle care.

You don’t have to let injuries, constant pain, or infections keep you from doing the things you love.

Contact us today by using the form to the right or calling us directly at 435-256-8377 to schedule an appointment at our Park City office.

We’ll help you get back on your feet as fast as possible.



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