Podiatrist opens Enumclaw practice

Go see Dr. Bock at 853 Watson Street North, Suite 100.

The staff at Rainier Foot and Ankle Associates consists of Tiffanie Stringer, Tami Walker, Dr. Chris Bock and Kaitlin Durfee. Submitted photo

The staff at Rainier Foot and Ankle Associates consists of Tiffanie Stringer, Tami Walker, Dr. Chris Bock and Kaitlin Durfee. Submitted photo

Dr. James Bock has established a private practice in Enumclaw and is seeing new patients.

After a dozen years with Franciscan Health Systems, the podiatrist launched Rainier Foot and Ankle Associates on July 16, occupying space on Enumclaw’s east side.

His office offers comprehensive foot and ankle care using the latest medical technology.

Address: 853 Watson St. N., Suite 100, Enumclaw.

Phone: 360-761-1285

Website: under construction

Email: info@rainierfootandankle.com

Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

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