Foot & Ankle pain may be caused by an injury or from one of many common foot conditions. If your foot or ankle is painful and you do not have an injury history, refer to our library to best determine what condition you may have.
Injuries to the foot can be quite common and painful. As with many injuries, it is important to first isolate the problem to determine the best mode of treatment. If you have a new injury to your foot or lingering pain from an old injury, contact an experienced podiatric specialist to begin the healing process. Your podiatrist will discuss with you how the injury occurred and work with the affected area to determine the exact location of the injury and get an understanding of your range of motion. An x-ray may be used to determine if the bone has been fractured or broken.
Treatments for foot injuries are as varied as the injuries themselves. Once your podiatrist has determined if you are suffering from a strain or sprain, break or fracture you will receive the highest level of care to get you on your feet again. Whether you need a cast or brace or just a regimen of heat, ice or stretching, you will leave our offices knowing that you are on your way to feeling better. Contact us today to have an experienced professional examine your foot injury and prescribe a treatment method that will give you the best results possible.
Disclaimer: The advice on this website is not intended to substitute for a visit to your health care provider. We will not be held liable for any diagnosis made or treatment recommended. Consult your doctor if you feel you have a medical problem.