We offer a range of services to help you achieve your foot care needs.
Common Foot Problems We Treat
Corns/Calluses – hardened, thick areas of skin. Corns can be painful. Calluses are usually larger, but are usually not painful.
Ingrown Nails – the corner or edge of your toenail curves and grows into the surrounding skin. This may cause pain, redness, and swelling.
Fungal Nails – thickening or discoloration of the nails. Nails may become brittle, ragged and cause pain.
Foot Ulcers – open sore or lesions that will not heal or returns over long periods of time.
Hammer/Mallet Toe – foot deformities that cause toes to bend in odd positions. The deformities can be painful.
Plantar Fasciitis – pain in the arch and/or heel of the foot due to inflammation of the tissue that connects the heel to toes.
Plantar Warts – small growths that can appear on the heels and other weight bearing areas on feet. Warts will feel hard and have a rough surface. They can be painful if not treated.
Foot Numbness – numbness is a common cause of imbalance and increased risk of falling. Neuropathy, a result of damaged nerves, can cause numbness.
High Arch Feet – also known as Cavus foot, the excessive amount of weight placed on the ball and feel of foot can cause pain.
Toe Walking – Walking on the toes with little to no heal contact with the floor.
Athlete’s Foot – a fungal infection that begins between the toes. A scaly rash that can cause itching, stinging and burning.
Bunions – a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of the big toe. The skin over the bunion can become red and sore and develop calluses where the toes overlap.
Flatfeet – arches on the inside of the feet are flattened and allow the entire sole of foot touch the floor. Flatfeet can contribute to problems with ankles and knees.
Gout Problems – a build up of uric acid that can cause swelling and pain in the joints of the foot. A gout attack can be sudden and intense.
Routine Nail Care – trimming, cutting, and/or grinding of nails. This also includes trimming calluses. This preventative maintenance is important to ensure proper foot care.
Diabetic Foot Care – a vital part of diabetic care is to have regular foot checks. Cuts, blisters, and cracks in the skin that are not heeling can lead to infection and more serious problems that could result in amputations.
Surgical Corrections – our doctors offer many different surgical options to correct foot concerns. Schedule an appointment to discuss with your doctor.
Over the Counters – we offer a variety of over the counter items for purchase. Items include orthotic inserts, Biofreeze, metatarsal straps, toe caps, and much more!