1. "The staff is always friendly and efficient."

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    1. "Dr. Berg and her staff are friendly, helpful, and they answered any questions I had."

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    1. "Everyone was very friendly, knowledgeable and willing to assist during my appointment."

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    1. "Dr. Berg is an expert in diabetic foot care, and wound care!"

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    1. "The staff and doctor were outstanding. They were very helpful and forthcoming..."

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About Practice

At Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates, patients can expect comprehensive care for all types of foot and ankle conditions. Located in the North end of Colorado Springs, Colorado, the clinic is easily accessible from I-25 and Powers.

Under the direction of board-certified podiatrist Kerry Berg, DPM, the team at Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates helps patients restore their quality of life and recover from pain-causing ailments. Even though the skilled podiatry team can treat a wide variety of conditions, they most commonly care for patients who struggle with plantar fasciitis, foot wounds, heel pain, bunions, and gout, to name a few.

Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates is home to some of the most advanced tools and medical systems available. With in-office digital X-ray imaging available, as well as modern treatments like extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT), patients can often start treatment the same day they’re diagnosed.

While most patients can find relief through conservative treatment options, in some cases surgery is the best solution. As an on-staff foot surgeon, Dr. Berg can treat patients at Penrose-St. Francis and University of Colorado Health Hospitals, if needed.

Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates has plenty of convenient handicapped parking spaces right out front. Upon entering the welcoming waiting area, patients are immediately greeted by the practice’s friendly dogs Zoya and Ziggy, and caring team members. The team even offers flexible scheduling throughout the week for new and existing patients.

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At Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates, patients can expect comprehensive care for all types of foot and ankle conditions. Located in the North end of Colorado Springs, Colorado, the clinic is easily accessible from I-25 and Powers.

Under the direction of board-certified podiatrist Kerry Berg, DPM, the team at Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates helps patients restore their quality of life and recover from pain-causing ailments. Even though the skilled podiatry team can treat a wide variety of conditions, they most commonly care for patients who struggle with plantar fasciitis, foot wounds, heel pain, bunions, and gout, to name a few.

Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates is home to some of the most advanced tools and medical systems available. With in-office digital X-ray imaging available, as well as modern treatments like extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT), patients can often start treatment the same day they’re diagnosed.

While most patients can find relief through conservative treatment options, in some cases surgery is the best solution. As an on-staff foot surgeon, Dr. Berg can treat patients at Penrose-St. Francis and University of Colorado Health Hospitals, if needed.

Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates has plenty of convenient handicapped parking spaces right out front. Upon entering the welcoming waiting area, patients are immediately greeted by the practice’s friendly dogs Zoya and Ziggy, and caring team members. The team even offers flexible scheduling throughout the week for new and existing patients.


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Insurance

We accept most insurance, cash, and major credit cards.

AARP
Aetna
BCBS
CHP+ (Colorado Health Plan Plus)
Cigna
Cofinity
Colorado Access
Evercare
GEHA
Golden Rule
Humana
Kaiser Permanente
Medicare
Meritain Health
Mutual of Omaha
Rocky Mountain Health Plans

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Diabetes and Your Feet

Having diabetes involves daily monitoring. But while you may know you need to monitor your blood glucose level, did you also know you need to examine your feet every day? Learn why foot care is so important when you have diabetes.

Location
Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates
9348 Grand Cordera Pkwy, Suite 210
Colorado Springs, CO 80924
Phone: 719-493-9241
Fax: (719) 598-6212
Office Hours

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719-493-9241