Podiatry is a specialized branch of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the feet and ankles. Our medical staff is highly trained and experienced in treating a wide range of foot and ankle conditions, including Achilles tendon injuries, ankle instability, ankle sprains, arthritic foot and ankle care, athlete’s foot, bunions, calluses, corns, crush injuries, diabetic foot infections, diabetic shoes, flat feet, fungus toenails, geriatric foot care, hammertoes, heel spurs, infections, ingrown toenails, injuries, metatarsalgia, neuromas, orthotic therapy, pediatric foot care, plantar fasciitis, poor circulation, warts, and wounds.  We also have specialists in accidents involving the foot and ankle.

Achilles Tendon: The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, connecting the heel bone to the calf muscles. It can become inflamed or torn due to overuse or trauma.

Ankle Instability: Ankle instability is a condition where the ankle is more prone to twisting or turning, leading to sprains or other injuries.

Ankle Sprains: Ankle sprains occur when the ligaments that hold the ankle joint together become stretched or torn, causing pain and swelling.

Arthritic Foot & Ankle Care: Arthritis can affect the feet and ankles, leading to pain, stiffness, and limited mobility.

Athlete’s Foot: Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet, causing itching, burning, and redness.

Bunions: A bunion is a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of the big toe, causing pain and discomfort.

Calluses: Calluses are thickened areas of skin that develop on the feet due to pressure or friction.

Corns: Corns are small, thickened areas of skin that develop on the feet, often between the toes.

Crush Injuries: Crush injuries occur when the foot or toes are compressed, leading to tissue damage, fractures, or other injuries.

Diabetic Foot Infections: Diabetic foot infections are a common complication of diabetes, and can lead to serious complications if left untreated.

Diabetic Shoes: Diabetic shoes are specially designed to reduce the risk of foot injuries and infections in people with diabetes.

Flat Feet: Flat feet occur when the arches of the feet are flattened, leading to pain and discomfort.

Fungus Toenails: Fungus toenails are a common fungal infection that affects the nails on the feet, causing discoloration and thickening.

Geriatric Foot Care: Geriatric foot care focuses on the unique foot care needs of elderly individuals, including issues related to mobility, balance, and foot health.

Hammertoes: Hammertoes are a deformity of the toes, where the toes become bent and curled, causing pain and discomfort.

Heel Spurs: Heel spurs are bony growths that develop on the heel bone, causing pain and discomfort.

Infections: Infections of the feet and ankles can be caused by bacteria, fungi, or viruses, and can lead to serious complications if left untreated.

Ingrown Toenails: Ingrown toenails occur when the edges of the toenails grow into the surrounding skin, causing pain and discomfort.

Injuries: Foot and ankle injuries can range from minor sprains and strains to fractures and dislocations.

Metatarsalgia: Metatarsalgia is a condition where there is pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot.

Neuromas: Neuromas are a thickening of the tissue around a nerve in the foot, causing pain and discomfort.

Orthotic Therapy: Orthotic therapy involves the use of custom-designed shoe inserts to improve foot and ankle alignment and reduce