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Bethesda Office

Our practice is dedicated to making your visits efficient and convenient. Learn about our office location, hours, directions, and appointments here.


We appreciate you choosing our practice and want to make scheduling your appointments as easy on you as possible, so we’ve made requesting an appointment simple. You can call, email, or request an appointment online. If for any reason you cannot make your appointment or will be delayed, please call us as soon as possible.

Directions & Map

Directions to Bethesda Foot and Ankle Center

Our office is conveniently located in the Camalier Building at Rock Spring Court in Bethesda, MD on the corner of Fernwood Road and Democracy Boulevard.

From Northern Virginia:
Take I-495 north across the Potomac, towards Maryland, then take I-270 north (bearing left/west at the split of I-270 and I-495). From the right lane, take the first exit (1A) off of I-270 for Democracy Boulevard East. Merge onto Democracy Boulevard, and get into the left lane. Turn left at the second light onto Fernwood Road

From Maryland/ 270 South:
Bear left towards Silver Spring/495, but stay in the rightmost lane. Take the first exit after the I-495/I-270 split, for Rockledge Drive. Turn right at the light at the top of the ramp onto Rockledge Drive. Follow it through two lights, and Walter Johnson High School will be on the left. Turn right into the parking lot entrance.

From 495/ Baltimore/ Silver Spring:
Continue past the I-270 exit to the Old Georgetown Road (Rte 187) exit. Bear to the right onto Old Georgetown Road. Turn left onto Democracy Boulevard, across from the Wildwood Shopping Center. Continue past the football field and Rockledge Drive. At the next light, turn right onto Fernwood Road. Take your first right into the complex; the Camalier Building is on your right.


Bethesda Foot & Ankle Center has closed

We will continue to see patients at our office located at:

Renaissance Foot & Ankle Center
7223 Hanover Parkway, Ste B 
Greenbelt, MD 20770

It has been a pleasure providing you with podiatric care, and we hope that you will allow us to continue providing podiatric care in the future.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.