Podiatry

Podiatry is the management of diseases and abnormalities of the foot. A podiatrist's specialized skills are necessary to provide diabetic foot care and prevent troublesome wounds and infections. Podiatrists perform procedures ranging from minor in-office procedures to major surgeries requiring general anesthesia. In the office, podiatrists remove corns, calluses, warts, ingrown toenails and damaged toenails. In a hospital under anesthesia, podiatrists perform lower-extremity amputations, reconstruction after sports or traumatic injuries, congenital or arthritic deformity correction, bunion removal and Morton's neuroma removal.

We are specialists in the treatment of:

• Achilles Tendon
• Hammertoes
• Ankle Instability
• Heel Spurs
• Ankle Sprains
• Ingrown Toenails
• Arthritic Foot & Ankle Care
• Injuries
• Athletes Foot
• Metatarsalgia
• Bunions
• Neuromas
• Calluses
• Orthotics
• Corns
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Crush Injuries
• Shockwave Therapy
• Diabetic Foot Care
• Heel Pain
• Flat Feet
• Surgery
• Fungus Toenails
• Warts
• Geriatric Foot Care
• Wounds

Other features and equipment

• Cosmetic Surgical Considerations
• Laser equipment
• X-ray Facilities
• Endoscopy Equipment
• Minimal Incision Surgical Techniques
• Fluoroscopy Motion equipment
• Ultrasound Imaging

 

Physicians specializing in
Podiatry