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At Integrative Foot & Ankle Centers of Washington, our team of highly-trained Seattle podiatrists pride ourselves on providing excellent care to all of our patients. Whether you have chronic pain and reduced functionality due to conditions like Achilles tendonitis, or require more frequent check-ups and care for your foot health due to diabetes, we are eager to help you.
We proudly serve Seattle, Kirkland, Renton, and Everett and deliver quality podiatric care in each of our comfortable, convenient locations. Our team has an impressive diversity of care, and we cover everything from physical therapy to sports medicine to laser treatments for fungal toenails and much more. We work every day to give our patients the care we would want for ourselves and our families.
We use the latest in state-of-the-art technology.
We take a comprehensive approach to each case.
We will provide individualized treatment plans.
We will treat the cause, not just the symptoms.
We give patients the chance to live a pain-free life.
“Very Pleasant & Easy To Talk To!”
I went to see Dr. B about bad toe nails. He was very pleasant and easy to talk to. His staff was always friendly, and Dr. B never kept me waiting. He was able to treat me with a non-harmful approach ...
“I Definitely Trust Dr. Burakovskiy!”
I went into Dr. Burakovskiy’s office not being very hopeful. The Dr was very informative, knowledgeable and very easy to talk to. It makes a big difference when you feel like you can trust the doctor.
“My 6 Year Old Likes Going To The Doctor!”
My six-year-old had flat feet, so she needed to get orthopedic insoles. We went to see Dr. Burakovskiy and received them quickly along with instructions and a recommendation for physical therapy. She ...
“Very Thorough & Personable!”
Dr. B spent quality time with me, explaining exactly what was wrong and what exactly was causing the pain.
“Quick & Easy Procedure!”
I had an ingrown nail, which I usually used to cut out by myself, but this time I decided to go to the foot doctor. The doctor brought me in the room right away, and after the procedure, I even walked ...