Alan Weisberg, DPM

Alan Weisberg, DPM

Podiatrist in Wyomissing, PA

Berkshire Podiatry Center, Ltd

DABPS, FACFS

"I derive great satisfaction from helping people escape from foot pain. So many people suffer unnecessarily with problems that can be quickly and effectively relieved. Everyone, from children to active adults and seniors, can benefit from my experienced care."

An experienced doctor you can feel confident in.
"During my more than twenty years of experience, I have gently helped thousands of people to end their foot pain. Plus, I stay up to date in the latest advances in podiatry through advanced training and membership in prestigious professional organizations, like the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons."

Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science (Biology), 1982, Albright College, Reading, PA

Graduate: Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, 1986, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, OH

Podiatric Surgical Resident: Lawndale Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

State-of-the-art help for fast, effective results.
"I offer the most modern treatment and diagnostic techniques available today, including low-dose X-rays, ultrasound therapy, whirlpool, and custom orthotic shoe inserts. Of course, non-surgical alternatives are always explored first. If surgery is necessary, minimal incision procedures (MIS) reduce discomfort and speed your recovery time."

Board Certified:

  • American Board of Podiatric Surgery -Diplomat                    

Fellow: American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Member:

Staff Member:

  • Reading Hospital and Medical Center
  • St. Joseph Medical Center
  • Reading Surgery Center
  • Spring Ridge Surgery Center

Dedicated care for patients.
"Best of all, my patients feel good about the gentle, friendly care and convenience they enjoy at Berkshire Podiatry."

State-of-the-art help for fast, effective results.
"I offer the most modern treatment and diagnostic techniques available today, including low-dose X-rays, ultrasound therapy, whirlpool, and custom orthotic shoe inserts. Of course, non-surgical alternatives are always explored first. If surgery is necessary, minimal incision procedures (MIS) reduce discomfort and speed your recovery time."