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Stop Suffering From Foot and Ankle Pain

Having chronic foot and ankle pain can affect the quality of your life and finding the right foot and ankle specialist can be just as difficult. Foot and ankle specialist. Dean Hinners, DPM, and his staff are dedicated to getting to the root of your foot and ankle problem. No one should suffer with foot and ankle pain.

Dean Hinners, DPM, with 2 offices located in Metropolis and Eldorado, IL accepts most insurance plans and are accepting new patients. Call for an appointment today: Metropolis office (618) 524-8146 & Eldorado office (618) 273-9466.

We know how hectic life can be and we are committed to making our practice and care convenient and accessible. We want all of our patients to fully understand any foot or ankle issues they may face.

A Few Conditions That We Treat

Heel Pain
Ingrown Toenails
Sports Injuries
Fungal Toenails
Bunions
Diabetic Foot Care

Enjoy Life Again

Get Back On Your Feet

Our Doctor Truly Cares
About Each of His Patients

our doctor

Dr. Dean Hinners
30 Years of Experience
Podiatry Specialist

Associations
Harrisburg Medical Hospital.

We Offer Two Convinient
Locations To Serve You

Metropolis Office

412 West 10th Street
Metropolis, IL 62960

Phone: (618) 524-8146

Office Hours By
Appointment Only

Directions

Eldorado Office

901 State St. Suite 2
Eldorado, IL 62930

Phone: (618) 273-9466

Office Hours By
Appointment Only

Directions

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