• Foot & Ankle Surgery

    Foot & Ankle Surgery

    Did you know that a Podiatrist will remain in school for the same amount of time as an Orthopedic Surgeon? Our residencies take place over two to three years after graduating with a doctorate. During these years, we focus solely on foot and ankle surgery. We take our work seriously...

  • Heel Pain

    Heel Pain

    Do you feel as if you are 30 years older when you get up in the morning or after taking a lunch break? When you stand, do you experience pain along the bottom or back of your heel? If so, chances are you are suffering from one of the two...

  • Neuropathy


    Neuropathy is an umbrella term typically used to describe an issue with the nerves. Typically, the affected nerves are those around the feet or ankles. Generally speaking, neuropathy often occurs along with some other medical condition. However, it may also exist without a clear cause. Both the widespread nature of...

  • Diabetic Foot Care

    Diabetic Foot Care

    If you suffer from diabetes and do not properly care for the symptoms or your disease, you may inadvertently cause some serious foot problems. However, you can take special precautions in order to maintain healthy feet and to be able to continue walking each day like normal. Although difficult, it...

  • Skin/Nail/Warts


    The trifecta of foot conditions! The skin and nails on your feet are often reservoirs for numerous types of fungus, yeast, and mold. Warts, on the other hand, are caused by a virus that spreads to the feet. For an individual who spends time walking on a regular basis, the...

  • Custom Orthotics & Bracing

    Custom Orthotics & Bracing

    Custom orthotics & bracing supports are designed for the leg, knee, ankle, and foot. Depending on your specific requirements, we use these tools for a broad range of needs, including both stability and immobilization. Lower extremity orthotics may work independently or in conjunction with one another to offer treatment and...

  • Bunions


    As experienced foot specialists, we see multiple different types of bunions. The more traditional bunion, often known as the Hallux Valgus, and the Tailor’s Bunion are the most common. Both of these types of bunions appear similar; the Hallux Valgus is located between the big toe and the foot, while...

  • Sports Medicine & Regenerative Therapy

    Sports Medicine & Regenerative Therapy

    Whether you are an experienced runner, CrossFit enthusiast, Ironman participant, or cycling extraordinaire, we can treat your sports-related injury. Patients injured while participating in any sport tend to be some of the most eager to get back on their feet. Sports-related injuries are also some of the most difficult to...