Normal vs. Problem Feet

Do you think you have problem feet? 

The foot is a complex structure that supports the rest of the body. Our feet enable¬† us to walk, run, jump and navigate difficult terrain. Ideally, the foot should align directly beneath the leg, supporting the body in the same way a foundation supports a house. Sometimes our foundation needs some work in order to continue to support our bodies. As you search website you’ll learn more about common problem feet such as:

bunion

We’ll treat your bunion as well as a variety of foot conditions.

Bunions: a painful swelling on the first joint of the big toe.
Corns and Callus: The healing tissue that is created by constant friction creates corns and/or calluses. In some cases these can be painful.
Athlete’s Foot: A fungal infection affecting the skin between the toes.
Wart:A small, hard, benign growth on the skin caused by a virus.
Ingrown Toenail: A common form of nail disease.

As well as a variety of other more complex conditions. We hope you find our website helpful.