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Whether you’re seeking treatment for bunions, Achilles tendinitis, sports injuries, or looking for ongoing diabetic foot care, you can trust our experienced team of podiatrists to provide the personal, one-on-one care you expect. Our board-certified foot and ankle surgeons build individualized treatment plans, utilizing state of the art treatments to correct your foot and ankle conditions permanently.
Achilles Tendon Pain
Diabetic Foot Care
Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis
Ankle Sprains & Fractures
Ankle sprains, or the tearing of ligaments in your ankle, and ankle fractures are common injuries that can happen during a wide varieties of activities. Together, we’ll develop a treatment plan and partner with you every step of the way to help you recover from these injuries as quickly as possible.
Hammer Toe Treatment
When the middle joint in your toe bends and becomes stuck in that position, you’re suffering from a condition called hammertoe. Caused by a muscle and tendon imbalance, the condition occurs most often in women who wear shoes with a narrow toe box. Make an appointment to see how we can help you correct this common, sometimes painful condition.
Flat Feet & High Arches
Foot deformities such as flat feet, where the entire sole of the foot touches the floor when standing, and high arches, in which the arch of the foot is higher than normal, can be painful and lead to other, serious structural problems with the foot. We invite you to make an appointment to learn more about these conditions and the options for treatment.
Foot Fungus Treatment
Commonly known as Athlete’s Foot, foot fungus infections are generally found in the webs of your toes and on the soles of the feet. This contagious condition can cause extreme itching, burning, scaling and pain. In extreme cases, blistering and cracking may occur. Make an appointment to see how we can help you find relief from Athlete’s foot.
Excessively Sweaty Feet or Hyperhidrosis
If you often find yourself with excessively sweaty feet, you may have a condition known as hyperhidrosis. This condition, though, not serious, can be disruptive and cause foot odor, anxiety and embarrassment. See us to learn about the treatments available to manage this common condition.
Limb Length Discrepancies
Limb length discrepancies are commonly found in children and can either be congenital or a result of a trauma such as a broken bone. These discrepancies can cause other musculoskeletal instabilities as the body attempts to compensate for the imbalance. Reach out to make an appointment to learn more about treatment options to counter the negative effects of limb length discrepancies.