Foot & Ankle Care

foot careA survey conducted by the American Podiatric Medical Association that included 1,000 US adults, ages 18 and older, found that 72 percent of Americans say they do not exercise due to foot pain. The Centers for Disease Control reports that the increasing obesity rates in the United States are alarming. Both of these statistics make scheduling an appointment with a podiatric doctor and healing that foot or ankle pain critically important.

The results also showed that Americans view the well being and health of their feet as the least important body part. Foot pain contributes to a variety of negative health consequences, so it is important that the care of a podiatrist is scheduled immediately if problems arise.

It is critical that people pay attention to their feet and seek expert treatment for foot and ankle problems. Podiatrists are trained in the care and treatment of all diseases, deformities, injuries, or general discomfort of the foot and ankle. Podiatrists provide a wide range of services from general nail care, corns and calluses, to strains, sprains, and fractures utilizing the most conservative treatments through necessary surgical intervention.

Podiatrists can not only help make sure Americans are able to exercise and keep healthy, but through a thorough foot evaluation, Podiatrists also help catch signs of diabetes, arthritis, nerve and circulatory disorders.

Schedule an appointment with one of our highly trained dedicated Podiatric doctors who utilize electronic health records and on site digital x-rays to provide you the very best care personalized for you. With appointments available daily, most evenings, and Saturday, we have a time that can easily fit into your schedule. We are also conveniently located to all major highways and have on site parking. Don't wait... make that appointment today!

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