The feet serve as the foundation of the body. When pain is experienced, it’s therefore extremely important to identify early on what and where the issue is.
Many people experience severe pain from corns, calluses, and toenails. Many people do not quality to have surgical correction of these conditions.
Unfortunately, foot problems are often a common result of having diabetes. As time goes by, it’s likely that diabetes can cause nerve damage, also known as diabetic neuropathy.
The area of the toes is generally warm and damp, unfortunately making it a great area for fungus to grow.
Plantar warts develop on the plantar areas of the feet, namely the soles or the bottom of the feet that bear weight.
When it comes to receiving foot and ankle surgery, it’s typically a case by case situation.
Heel pain, while quite common, can be extremely uncomfortable and painful if not met with proper care or treatment.
Plantar fasciitis affects the plantar regions of the foot, namely the heel, arch, and midfoot.
A bunion is a bony, painful swelling that is often formed on the first joint of the big toe.
Hammertoes can be identified by an abnormal bend in the middle joint of the toe.
Ingrown toenails can form when the side of a toenail begins to grow into the flesh surrounding the nail.
Board Certified Foot and Ankle Surgeon Diplomat, American Board of Podiatric Surgery Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery
Board Certified Foot Surgeon Diplomat, American Board of Podiatric Surgery Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery