The Foot and Ankle Medical Center offers a wide range of medical treatment services. We specialize in treating foot and ankle injuries like ankle sprains, hammertoes, and heel pain. See the list of medical treatments below.
Your feet support your entire body. When your feet are in their ideal positions, it allows you to perform better during a walk, run, or even just standing up. We can help you find the perfect orthotics that are designed to support the shape of your foot, to help protect your tissue from damage as you move.
If surgery is needed for your foot and/or ankle, we will educate you on what needs to be done, recovery time, and get your appointment set up so you can begin your road to recovery. Our surgery center is state of the art, with dedicated surgeons who are experts in the foot and ankle medical field.
Both heel pain and heel spurs are frequently associated with plantar fasciitis, an inflammation of the band of fibrous connective tissue (fascia) running along the bottom (plantar surface) of the foot, from the heel to the ball of the foot. It is common among athletes who run and jump a lot, and it can be quite painful.
Our sports medicine center is here to provide you with care for conditions that are specifically caused from sports related injuries to the foot and ankle. Treating your sports injury as soon as possible can prevent the condition from worsening, and get you back to the sport you love.
Ingrown toenails and warts are common conditions that can cause swelling, infections, and pain to your foot. If warts and ingrown toenails are left untreated, you could end up getting a serious infection. Let our experts treat the wart or ingrown toenail condition right away!
This common condition arises from an abnormal bump on the foot, usually around the base of the big toe. This bony bump causes the joint to swell in an outward position, causing pain. Based on how severe your bunion is, there are different procedures and treatments to help. Give our professionals a call so we can asses your situation.
A sprained ankle can seem like a small injury, but when it's not dealt with quickly and effectively, this injury can become much worse. Some symptoms you may notice if you're suffering from a sprained ankle may include pain on the outside of the ankle, swelling, and bruising. If you need medical care due to a sprained ankle, let The Foot & Ankle Medical Center take care of you!