Overview

Your feet are your foundation, and foot or ankle pain limits your mobility and quality of life. Our board-certified podiatrists work with you to develop a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan, using state-of-the-art outpatient podiatric care.

All diagnostic testing, including lab and imaging, are conveniently located on-site. Once we’ve diagnosed the issue, our podiatrists may work with another PCI specialist or an entire healthcare team, depending on the type and severity of your condition.

Podiatry Treatment & Services

  • Sports injuries, such as Achilles tendon strains or tears, Plantar Fasciitis, stress fractures, and ankle sprains.
  • Traumatic injuries to the foot and ankle, including fractures, wounds, lacerations, and tendon injuries.
  • Bunions, which is a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of your big toe. Bunions are often hereditary and can be treated surgically, however, that is not the first line of treatment. The key to treating bunions is early detection. The sooner you see a podiatrist for bunion treatment, the easier it is for your podiatrist to solve the problem without surgery, and before the bunions become painful.
  • Surgical complications
  • Diabetic foot complications, including wound care, bone infections, and neuropathic fractures
  • Pediatric foot and ankle deformities, such as flat feet or in-toeing. Many issues with children’s foot development can be corrected if treated early. 
  • Flat foot, which can occur at any age. In children, the feet may not develop properly, leading to flat feet. When you’re older, aging and being on your feet a lot could cause the arch to break down. Many do not have symptoms related to flat feet, but some do develop pain in the heel or arch area.
  • Adult foot deformities and arthritis
  • All types of heel pain
  • Ankle pain and instability, including arthroscopic treatment. Arthroscopy is used to visualize, diagnose, and treat the problems inside of a joint, and is used to treat many orthopedic and podiatric issues.