Stem Cell Therapy allows for the possibility of treating foot and ankle pain without the need for invasive procedures or steroids.
Bunions can become such a nuisance, that surgery may become the best option.
Flat feet are a change in the shape of the foot that leads to it not having a normal and proper arch formation when in the standing position.
Toenail Fungus usually begins as a small brittle appearance at the corner of a toenail and then develops into a fungal infection that’s unsightly because it changes in color.
Neuromas are a swelling in or around the nerve at the bottom of the toe, which cause pain in between toes that can extend to the surface of the foot.
The Lisfranc ligament is located in the foot and when torn, can cause issues for joints located in the middle of the foot and unsteadiness.
The procedure known as a cheilectomy removes bone spurs on the top surface of the big toe joint bones.
Heel spurs are generally located on the back or bottom of the heel and the sole of the foot and can be a contributing cause of Achilles tendinitis and cause severe pain.
Fractures of the heel bone or “calcaneus” commonly occur after falls from significant height, severe twists of the ankle or car accidents.