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Welcome to Advanced Foot & Ankle Center

Your McKinney and Prosper, TX Podiatry Experts

Welcome to Advanced Foot and Ankle Center, the office of Dr. Eric M. Silvers, Dr. Christopher S. Witt and Dr. Melissa Sgro. Our podiatrists and staff are dedicated to the comfort and care of your feet and ankles. Our podiatry team will counsel you on the best way to treat your condition with the education and experience you look for and expect when choosing a physician. 

We approach foot and ankle care with a humble, yet educated and experienced approach. Our seasoned staff knows that foot and ankle pain can disrupt your daily routine and can lead to frustration at work, school and at home. We are here to get you better quickly and economically, utilizing the latest treatments and techniques. Whether you have a long term foot issue, ingrown toenails, bunions, heel pain or a sports related ankle injury take, the next step to foot and ankle comfort and allow our experienced team help you.

Dr. Eric M. Silvers, D.P.M.Dr. Christopher Witt, D.P.M., and Dr. Melissa Sgro, D.P.M. have over 45 years of practice and training in the conservative and surgical care of all foot and ankle conditions assuring you will receive the best and most comprehensive care available.


Our Story

Dr. Silvers founded Advanced Foot and Ankle Center more than 15 years ago. After frequently commuting through McKinney en route between Dallas and Oklahoma, Dr. Silvers was captivated by this growing community.

He realized that McKinney was in great need of a well-trained foot and ankle specialist and he has been serving the community ever since. His commitment to serving Collin County has earned him the respect and confidence of the medical community, leading to an overwhelming response. Because of the growing need for specialists in the Prosper community, Dr. Silvers opened the Prosper location and the practice has been steadily growing in this booming town. In order to provide timely and quality care to the patients of North Texas, Dr. Silvers asked Dr. Witt to join the team in 2017 and Dr. Sgro in 2020 because they share the same commitment to the community and excellence in the care and treatment of all things foot and ankle.
Dr. Silvers, Dr. Witt and Dr. Sgro include the patient in the decision making process. There is more than one treatment option for most foot and ankle conditions. Our team will tailor a treatment plan that best suits your expectations and lifestyle.

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Meet Your Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Eric M. Silvers, DPM, FACFAS

    He prides himself with having a humble bedside manner and genuine desire to help each patient he sees. He strives to devote his full attention to his patients and their foot and ankle problem(s) and utilizes his experience and knowledge to deliver a treatment plan that will provide relief from painful foot and ankle conditions. Read More

  • Dr. Christopher Witt, D.P.M, FACFAS

    Dr. Christopher S. Witt was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri. Dr. Witt graduated from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri where he Majored in Cell and Molecular Biology and Minored in Chemistry and Religious Studies.Read More

  • Dr. Melissa Sgro, DPM

    Dr. Sgro takes satisfaction in seeing her patients get better and stay better. Her treatment approach is centered on preventive and regenerative podiatric medicine. Dr. Sgro states, “It is with great pride and pleasure that I join Advanced foot and Ankle Center. Read More

Your Foot & Ankle Experts


What Makes Us Different

We strive to make every aspect of your visit the most pleasant and comfortable experience you have at a doctor's office. From check-in to check-out, your questions and concerns will be met with the greatest expertise and compassion, surpassing your expectations. Most importantly, we pride ourselves on helping you to walk out the door with less pain than you came in with and doing everything within our scope keep you happy and pain free.

Insurance

At Advanced Foot and Ankle Center of McKinney and Prosper Texas, we understand that in today’s day and age health insurance can be very complicated and difficult to understand, so we have designated insurance liaisons to assist you. From referrals, to co-payments and deductibles, our seasoned staff will help guide you through the complicated process of health insurance claims.

If You Need It We've Got It

No need to make a separate trip to a medical supply store.  During your evaluation, you can be fitted for many high quality prefabricated devices to improve your foot and ankle pain, from ankle braces to walking boots, we have what you need right here.


Two Convenient Locations

Both our McKinney and Prosper, TX offices are easy to get to and offer a comfortable setting with a friendly, knowledgeable staff. These offices serve patients from towns including McKinney, Prosper, Frisco, Allen, Fairview, Little Elm, Plano, Aubrey, Celina, Melissa, Anna, Princeton, Farmersville, Van Alstyne, Sherman, Dennison and more.

Over-the-Counter Products

We carry a full line of over-the-counter products of superior quality to address many common foot and ankle conditions such as dry and cracked skin, foot odor, foot pain, neuropathy pain and many more. You do not need an appointment to purchase these products. Stop in today to either of our convenient locations today and see what your feet have been missing!

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Prosper Office

Monday:

1:30 pm-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

1:30 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

McKinney Office

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed