• Treat Your Feet

Dr. Patrick Fettinger, L.L.C.

Welcome to Patrick Fettinger, DPM, LLC

It’s incredible to think that while your feet are the part of your body most prone to pain and injury, they’re often ignored. Foot pain is somehow considered normal, and home remedies may not be the solution to your pain. But visiting Dr. Patrick Fettinger is the best thing you can do for your feet.

Dr. Fettinger specializes in gentle, effective relief for all your foot problems. From the moment you walk in, you’ll know you’ve stepped into the right office.

Dr. Fettinger’s friendly, supportive staff will make you feel at home and greet you with a warm smile. You’ll never feel rushed; Dr. Fettinger will spend as much time as necessary to answer all of your questions, explain your options, and calm your fears. He’ll even call you after significant procedures to see how you are doing. His caring attitude keeps patients returning and referring their friends and family.

Dr. Fettinger stays current with the most recent foot and ankle literature and remains on the leading edge of his profession through attending continuing education courses and seminars. He has a special interest in sports medicine, laser treatment and diabetic foot care.

Meet the Doctor

  • Dr. Fettinger

    Dr. Fettinger has been in practice since 1994.  He strives to provide the most comprehensive care from routine examines to injuries to reconstructive surgery.  He received his training from some of the best podiatrists and orthopedists alike.  This combined training allows him to approach any foot condition with skill and confidence and be able to provide varied treatment options. 

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Podiatrist New Fairfield, CT

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9:00 am-5:00 pm

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9:00 am-5:00 pm

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Podiatrist Middlebury, CT

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9:00 am-5:00 pm

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