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Your feet are the foundation of your body. Foot conditions can seriously impact your mobility and your quality of life, but our podiatrists can help get you back on the move again!

Our website is here to provide you with the information you need about our practice. We also provide information on common foot conditions. We want to help you keep your feet healthy, and the more you know, the happier your feet will be!

Many foot conditions can worsen without prompt treatment from a qualified podiatrist. So don’t hesitate - if something feels wrong, call to schedule an appointment today.

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Meet The Doctors

  • Dr.
    Robert Anderson

    Dr. Anderson graduated from University in Year. Prior to studying at Medical School, he attended College. Dr. Anderson has been practicing for over 25 years. He has been in his current location for 25 years.

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  • Dr.
    Jones Smith

    Dr. Jones has been practicing for over 10 years. She has been in her current location for 8 years.

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  • Amy Wang

    Amy has been our Office Manager for the past 5 years. She loves to go on long walks and go shopping in her spare time.

    June Podiatry 2024 Newsletter Conditions Affecting the Skin of the Feet

    Conditions Affecting the Skin of the Feet Skin conditions can be very uncomfortable, especially in hard-to-manage areas like the feet. Podiatrists specialize in caring for all conditions that affect the feet, including those of the skin. In today's newsletter, we'll examine some of the most common skin ...

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    May 2024 Podiatry Newsletter Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries in Your Lower Limbs

    7 Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries in Your Lower Limbs While some people play sports all year, there is typically a spike in physical activity during the warmer months. Unfortunately, this leads to a spike in sports injuries. The good news is you can significantly lower your risk of such an injury ...

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    April 2024 Podiatry Newsletter Common Reasons for Swollen Feet

    If you have ever flown on a long-haul flight, the airlines sometimes provide compression socks to prevent your sweet feet from swelling. However, you may have chronically swollen feet for other reasons that will require a podiatrist’s help. There are several underlying medical ailments or injuries ...

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    March 2024 Podiatry Newsletter What to do When You Injure a Toenail

    A nail injury can have a tremendous impact on your ability to move and, therefore, require you to significantly alter your daily routine, even if it is only temporary. An injury to your toenail can arise from choosing poor-fitting footwear (which leads to repetitive trauma), biomechanical issues (i.e., ...

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    February 2024 Podiatry Newsletter Metatarsal Fractures

    Metatarsal fractures are a very common foot injury. Metatarsals are the bones that run from the mid-foot to the toes. Although fractures in these bones aren't the worst type of foot injury, they can still be very painful and worsen with time when left untreated. This month, we'll dive deeper into metatarsal ...

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    January 2024 Podiatry Newsletter Problems With Sesamoid Bones

    The sesamoid bones are small, rounded bones typically found embedded within certain tendons and joint capsules. Unlike most other bones in the human body that connect via joints, sesamoid bones are located within soft tissue and offer protection and leverage to the surrounding soft tissue without directly ...

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    December 2023 Podiatry Newsletter Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis refers to a type of degenerative disorder that involves the breakdown of cartilage, the tissue cushioning the end of your bones that form many of the joints in your body that allow you to move freely. Osteoarthritis, which typically develops as a function of aging, creates joint inflammation ...

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    November 2023 Podiatry: Protecting Your Feet In Cool Weather When You Have Diabetes

    Winter time is an especially challenging time for people with diabetes. Cold temperatures present a host of new problems for those with pre-existing health conditions. Risk increases for everything from injuries to infections, so it's vital to be prepared. In this month’s newsletter, we'll go over ...

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    October 2023 Podiatry Newsletter Fractures in the Heel Bone

    The calcaneus or heel bone, which forms the base of the rearfoot, is the largest in the foot. The heel bone makes direct contact with the ground when standing or walking, so it plays a vital role in supporting one’s body weight as it helps to transmit and transfer forces when standing or in motion. The ...

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    Newsletter September 2023 What Is Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?

    Tarsal tunnel syndrome – also known as TTS, refers to a condition involving a tibial nerve irritation or compression as the nerve passes through the tarsal tunnel - a tight and limited space located on the inner side of each ankle. Although it is the most commonly reported nerve entrapment issue related ...

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Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am - 1:00 pm Ist Saturday of the month only

Sunday:

Closed