Foot & Ankle Services
Podiatrists, also referred to as Foot & Ankle Specialists, have 4 years of medical school, 3 years of surgical training, 1-2 years of fellowship specialization.
- Many insurances will pay for this service. A discounted cash pricing is also available.
An insert to put into different shoes is created by capturing the mold of your feet. These are worn to correct foot and ankle problems without surgery.
Medications, physical therapy referrals, and diabetic shoes are a few things that can be prescribed
Examples: ingrown toenail removal, wart removal, wound debridements, steroid injections
Perform Pain Free Procedures in the Office
Local anesthesia is performed for small procedures allowing quick recovery time.
Bigger surgeries are performed at a surgery center or hospital, depending on your needs.
To help with pain or heal a diabetic foot ulcer, a full or half hard cast is applied and changed by the podiatrist. Soft casts also available, such as Unna boots for venous stasis wounds.