Your feet do a lot of work. In fact, the average adult takes about 7,500 steps each day. Feet comprise complex bones, tendons, and ligaments all working together to keep moving you forward. Our expert podiatrists work together to help diagnose and treat your foot and ankle injuries, helping you get back on your feet.

Conditions We Treat

Arthritis: Arthritis is the result of inflammation, swelling and wear and tear on your joints. Our experts use individualized treatment plans to help you maintain your arthritis. Surgery may also be an option if other treatments don’t work well for you.

Bunions and hammertoes: A bunion is a bony bump that forms at the base of your big toe. They form when the big toe pushes against the next toe and can be exacerbated by tight-fitting shoes, foot stress and arthritis.

Similarly, hammertoe is a condition in which a contracture or bending deformity occurs in one or both joints of the toes. Hammertoes usually start out as mild deformities but get progressively worse over time.

Fractures and sprains: Our podiatrists create individualized treatment plans to diagnose and treat foot and ankle breaks and sprains. Our doctors work closely with orthopedics and sports medicine experts to treat athletes’ foot problems and recommend how to avoid them.

Heel pain: A common cause of heel pain is heel spurs – a buildup of calcium at the bottom of your heel bone. Heel spurs are caused by over-usage from running or walking, ill-fitting shoes or being overweight. Other issues that can cause heel pain include:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Heel pad syndrome
  • Tendinitis

Our Treatments & Services

From routine checkups to treatments for surgery to minimally invasive surgery, we are your one-stop shop for all foot-related injuries and disorders. We are equipped to provide you with all your podiatric needs.

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