We would like to inform you that Dr. Guy Reyes will no longer be practicing at our office as of April 18, 2024. Dr. Reyes has made the difficult decision to move on to new endeavors and we sincerely thank him for his dedicated service to our patients.

We want to assure you that your care and well-being are our top priorities. Rest assured, we are committed to providing you with exceptional medical services and will make every effort to ensure that the transition is smooth.

To ensure that you can continue receiving the care you have come to expect, we are pleased to introduce you to Dr. Gaynor and Dr. Ward. Both are highly qualified and experienced doctors who are committed to providing you with the same level of care and attention that Dr. Reyes provided.

If Dr. Reyes was your preferred physician, we kindly request that you inform the front desk as soon as possible. Our team will assist you in securely transferring your medical records to your chosen physician. We understand that your healthcare choices are important, and we will work to ensure that your medical records are promptly forwarded to the appropriate provider.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to visit our receptionist if you would like information regarding Dr. Reyes' new clinic. She will be happy to provide you with any necessary details and answer any questions you may have.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this transition period. We value your trust and remain committed to providing you with the best medical care possible.

Welcome to San Antonio Foot and Ankle Center

When you choose San Antonio Foot & Ankle Center, you are choosing a respected, experienced and compassionate podiatrist in San Antonio. Whether you’re suffering from a mild sprain or chronic heel pain, San Antonio Foot & Ankle Center is committed to helping you return to a pain-free, active life through expert treatment of the foot and ankle.


As you browse our website, be sure to sift through our complete list of services, including:

We pride ourselves on using advanced podiatric practices and equipment, and with the experience and knowledge of our podiatrists in San Antonio we offer you and your family the highest standards in care.

You will also find information on our site about our expert podiatry team, San Antonio office location, appointment hours and contact details. We welcome new patients of any age for once off or ongoing podiatry health care.

Your feet are the foundation of your body, taking you where you need to go. Don’t take foot pain lightly. Allow us to give your feet and ankles the attention they deserve. Contact San Antonio Foot & Ankle Center to make an appointment today.

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  • Dr. Caroline Gaynor Elko
    Podiatrist in San Antonio, TX

    San Antonio Foot & Ankle Center
    Dr. Caroline Gaynor Elko attended Howard University in Washington DC. for her undergraduate studies in 1997. She earned her Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Pennsylvania in 2003. She then completed a surgical residency at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, New York.

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