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Many people live with foot pain, but you don’t have to!

It’s not unusual for people to ignore foot and ankle pain. It’s so common, in fact, that many people believe that they just have to live with it. You don’t. And you can rest assured that when you do make that crucial decision to treat your foot or ankle pain, you will be thrilled with how comfortable you feel again. For some, foot treatment means being able to participate in certain activities again; for others, especially for some seniors, it means regaining a sense of independence. One thing’s for sure: With foot treatment, you can put your best foot forward — without aches, pains or injuries!

We provide a full-range of podiatric treatments to help you regain your comfort and independence:

Sports-Related Treatments

Vigorous physical activity can sometimes cause foot and ankle pain. If you play sports and have any of the following conditions, we can help!

  • Ankle sprain
  • Joint pain
  • Tendinitis
  • Stress fractures
  • Displaced fractures
  • Orthotics

Diabetes-Related Treatments

People with diabetes are prone to poor circulation and loss of protective sensation (LOPS), which makes them vulnerable to developing diabetic wounds and ulcerations. That is why yearly screenings, proper foot gear and foot care education are so important. Left undiagnosed and untreated, these conditions can lead to more severe complications, including the loss of a limb.

We offer the following services for diabetes-related foot conditions:

  • Yearly screenings (American Diabetes Association recommended)
  • Neuropathy and circulation testing
  • Foot care education

Common Foot Treatments

We customize treatments according to your medical history, lifestyle and the severity of your condition. We can treat:

  • Heel pain
  • Bunions
  • Hammertoes
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Athlete’s foot

In addition, we also provide

  • Corrective devices for in-toe (pigeon-toe) and out-toe (duck-toe)