Advanced Foot Specialists understands that any form of foot or ankle pain can greatly affect your daily life. To ensure our patients return to normalcy as soon as possible, we’ll combine our expertise with the latest technology to identify the problem and develop a solution.
Our experienced podiatrists are trained to treat a number of foot and ankle problems, injuries and complications. The types of diagnosis and treatments we specialize in include but are not limited to:
Heel pain is a very common foot problem and while it’s rarely a serious condition, it can interrupt your daily activities. If you’re feeling any pain or discomfort either under or behind (Achilles) your heel, call us today to find out how we can help.
Any pain between the heel and ball of your foot is considered arch pain. If you are experience throbbing, burning sensations or inflammation along your arch, contact our team so we can begin eliminating your pain.
A stress fracture is a small crack or break in your bone. Fractures can occur in multiple areas of the foot and ankle, with the most common site being your metatarsal bones. If you’re concerned that you may have fractured a bone in your foot or ankle, call us to set up an appointment today. Our staff will perform an x-ray and apply the necessary treatments.
Sprains occur when your ankle twists or turns in an awkward way, resulting in swelling, pain and a limited range of motion. This type of injury must be treated right away in order to ensure a quick recovery process.
Participating in sports, especially ones that involve a lot of running or jumping, can take a toll on your feet and ankles. If you believe you’re suffering from athlete’s foot, turf toe, bunions or any other type of athletic injury, call us today so we can get you back out on the playing field faster.
Diabetic Foot Care
Diabetes can lead to serious foot problems. Those with diabetes should regularly check their feet for cuts, blisters and red spots. We help our diabetic patients develop a treatment plant to help you maintain healthy feet.
Children’s Foot Disorders
Most foot conditions in children, such as heel pain, flat feet and warts, correct themselves without treatment as the child grows. Our doctors are experienced with caring for young patients and will recommend solutions to reduce pain and discomfort.
Routine Foot Care
Routine foot care includes trimming and clipping your toenails as well as removing your corns and calluses. We assist patients with your regular foot care and also offer nail debridement, a painless procedure that removes unwanted parts of your toenail.
Our staff is trained to perform a number of surgical foot and ankle procedures. If you need surgery for a fracture, our goal is to first return the fractured bone to its normal position, stabilize it and then provide therapies to restore function and reduce future complications.
To learn more about the many foot and ankle problems we treat, contact Advanced Foot Specialists today. We also encourage you to take a look at our blog page to discover the sandals and healthy nail polish we have available. We look forward to tending to all of your footcare needs!