Our Feet are Complex Structures. If you are suffering from any of the following please come see us!
Fractures and Sprains
Podiatrists regularly treat these common injuries when they affect a foot or ankle. They also work in sports medicine, treating foot problems athletes have
Bunions and Hammertoes
These are problems with the bones in your feet. A bunion happens when the joint at the base of your big toe gets bigger or knocked out of place. That makes the toe bend toward the others. A hammertoe is one that doesn't bend the right way.
Nerve problems between the third and fourth bones of your foot can cause pain, burning, and a feeling that there’s something in your shoe. It usually affects runners. Tight shoes and overpronation make it worse.
Diabetes can damage the nerves in your feet or legs, and you might have trouble getting enough blood to your feet.
Diabetes can cause serious complications. More than 65,000 people a year need to have a foot amputated because of diabetes.
A common cause of heel pain is heel spurs, a buildup of calcium at the bottom of your heel bone. You can get them from running, ill-fitting shoes, or being overweight. Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the band of connective tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot.
This results from inflammation, swelling, and wear and tear on your joints. Each foot has 33 joints.
These include issues like an infection in your nail caused by a fungus or an ingrown toenail. That's when a corner or side of a nail grows into your toe instead of straight out.
Any type of foot issues and infections including fungus, Bacteria, dry skin, itchy feet.
Children could have all type of foot issues. If your child's feet point inward or look flat or their toes don't line up right, or even if they are hurting.
Some patients can end up getting warts and/or cysts which can cause them to be embarrassed or even cause pain.
There are many products we offer to help with your feet's health. For example, creams, shoes, braces, protective pads for toes and feet, and so on.