Serving All Your Podiatric Needs

Our office has state of the art digital x-ray and diagnostic equipment to aid in proper diagnosis. No matter what issue you’re facing with your foot or ankle, we can help.
Below are some of the most common conditions we treat. Treatment may consist of conservative options such as taping, bracing, orthotics, steroid injections, or minor procedures. Surgical treatment may also be recommended.

Bunions & Hammertoes

A bunion is a bony bump at the base of the big toe, which can become red, sore, stiff, or painful. Hammertoes first appear as the toes drawing or curling up. These deformities can cause issues fitting in shoes, pain when standing, and with activity. We can properly diagnose your condition and recommend the best treatment plan.
Let us help you with pain caused from:

Skin & Nail Conditions

Skin is the human body’s largest organ and first defense against harmful things in our environment. When invaded, the skin can become inflamed, itchy, and irritated. Toenails can become deformed, discolored, and painful. Often caused by a bacterial or fungal infection, a prescription pill, cream, or ointment can clear up the problem. Ingrown toenail procedures can be performed in the office often the same day you come.
We can help with skin and nail conditions such as:

Sports Injuries

You don’t have to be an athlete to have a sports injury. Trauma or overuse activity can result in sprains, strains, or fractures (broken bones). Your podiatrist has a variety of options for treatment such as offloading boots, casts, braces, or if necessary surgery to help get you back to normal activity.

Let us treat your foot and ankle injuries, such as:

Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetes can cause many complications in the foot and ankle including numbness, painful burning and tingling, poor blood flow, and ulcers (wounds). Up to 15% of adults with diabetes develop a foot ulcer or other complication such as infection or amputation. Our goal is to prevent all the scary conditions by routinely monitoring your feet with visits a few times a year.
We can treat these common issues related to diabetes:

Ulcers & Wounds

Open sores on the feet or legs can lead to terrible complications such as infections and amputations. Your podiatrist wants to heal these up fast! We offer advanced wound products and surgical options if necessary.
Our doctors have expert knowledge in treating such issues as:

Heel & Arch Pain

Heel and arch pain can be so severe and debilitating that it limits your normal activity, or it may just nag at you all day. Either way, heel pain should not be part of your normal day. There are many easy and minimally invasive treatment options which will likely be recommended to you after an x-ray to confirm the proper diagnosis.

We can treat you for common conditions that cause heel and arch pain:

Bone & Joint Pain

There are 26 bones in the foot, and joints between each. Pain in your bones or joints may be a normal part of the wear and tear of aging. However, there could be more serious causes such as broken bones or deformity causing abnormal alignment. Diagnosis will likely start with an x-ray. Treatments may include bracing, orthotics, injections, medication management, or surgical correction if the problem progresses.
Let us examine your feet to treat issues such as:

Flat & High Arches

Feet come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Having too high or too low of an arch can cause foot and ankle pain, or even knee, hip, and back problems. Very rarely do these conditions require surgery. Often a combination of orthotics, shoe modifications, activity modifications, and other conservative measures solve the trouble.

We diagnose and treat common conditions related to flat and high arches:

Nerve & Vascular Disease

Symptoms such as burning, tingling, numbness, and swelling can arise from a problem in the lower leg. However, these symptoms could be indicative of a problem elsewhere in the body such as diabetes or heart disease, and may present first in the feet. Diagnostic tests may be performed or ordered to help tease out the cause. The best treatment plan can then be formulated accordingly.
Our physicians commonly diagnose and treat the following conditions:

What to Expect at Your Visit

Our friendly and experienced staff will take great care of you. Please bring your insurance card and ID to your appointment.

A thorough exam of your foot and/or ankle will be performed. Your podiatrist may wish to obtain x-rays to better diagnose and treat your condition. Your doctor will then recommend your best options for a treatment plan. We like to start conservatively with the easiest and best options to get you back on your feet.

If your condition does require surgery, your podiatric surgeon is well trained to walk you through the procedure. Some procedures are relatively minor and can be performed in office. Other procedures may require anesthesia at the hospital or surgery center.
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Combined Years of Practice
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