A Podiatrist is a foot doctor. Podiatrists are skilled doctors who have been educated and trained to assess, diagnose and treat problems of the foot and associated structures.
Foot specialists provide a range of treatments for foot problems, and often give advice to promote healthy feet. Our patients are encouraged to care for their feet properly, and are given advice to help them avoid routine foot problems such as corns, calluses, or plantar warts.
Using the best in both non-surgical and surgical treatments, our podiatrists treat whatever foot, ankle and leg problems you may have. The ultimate goal of our outstanding team of podiatrists is to prevent illness and injuries, and to keep you — and your family — healthy and strong.
We provide care for common foot and ankle issues, such as:
Tendon strains, tears or ruptures
Fractures and dislocations
Sprains and ligament tears
Bunion deformity/Hammer toe
Ankle and lower leg pain
Heel pain and spurs
Diabetic foot and ankle-related problems
Foot and ankle deformities
Warts on the foot/Plantar fasciitis
Infections, wound problems
Pediatric foot/ankle disorders
Foot conditions requiring orthotics
Ingrown toenail, fungal nails
Foot and ankle conditions that may require surgery
Our Podiatry clinic provides a team approach for the efficient and effective management of diabetes-related foot disorders, including both inpatient and outpatient care, education, and social support. We also provide geriatric, sports medicine, surgical care, and general foot care for the working population.