It’s said that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. If that’s the case, we take care of those humble movers—the feet—so you can take each step with confidence, mobility and strength. As medical specialists, podiatrists diagnose and treat conditions of the foot and ankle. They can specialize in many fields, including surgery, sports medicine, wound care, pediatrics (children), and diabetic care. A podiatrist is a doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM), also known as a podiatric physician or surgeon.
Feet are complex anatomical structures, all-in-one stabilizers, shock absorbers, and propulsion engines that are instrumental to overall health and well-being. They require expert care. Be sure you’re seeing the most qualified healthcare professional to treat your feet by looking for the letters “DPM” after his or her name. The DPM means a physician has completed four years of rigorous foot and ankle training in podiatric medical school and hospital-based residency training, making him or her uniquely qualified to care for this part of the body.
Some of the conditions treated by our podiatrist include:
Did you know more than 65,000 lower limbs are amputated annually due to complications from diabetes? Including a podiatrist in your diabetes care can reduce the risk of lower limb amputation up to 85 percent.
We believe the story of our lives resides in the feet—each ache, stubbed toe, kicked can and bumped-into corner. We bring needed relief and flexibility to your feet, ankles, and lower extremities in a comfortable, state-of-the-art environment. We handle any number of foot and ankle-related issues, from saving a limb to removing an ingrown toenail, and everything in between.