Even with world class surgeons, we ALWAYS try to avoid surgery since conservative non-invasive treatments work 70% to 95% of the time, We take pride in offering the best care and state-of-the-art treatments in a professional, relaxing environment.
Metatarsalgia describes a variety of symptoms that, most often, cause ball of foot pain. There are many causes that contribute to this condition.
A neuroma is a benign growth or inflamed nerve. In the ball of the foot, it’s called Morton’s Neuroma. The pain it causes feels like you’re walking on a pebble.
Patients can develop arthritis in the big toe joint from a single trauma or overuse and leads to limited motion, joint pain, and decreased function.
A hammer toe is a muscle imbalance around the toe joints which causes the toe to bend, pushing it upward in a claw-like position. It will never get better without intervention.
Gout is a disorder that results from the buildup of uric acid in the tissues or a joint. It most often affects the joint of the big toe.
Our physicians understand the special circumstances involved in the treatment of children and their developing and growing bones, joint, and tendons.
Plantar Fasciitis (heel pain) is when the plantar fascia (the thick band of tissue on the bottom of your foot) is swollen or inflamed and can be very painful.
The plantar plate is a strong ligament on the bottom of the foot and keeps toes in their joint and prevents them from drifting. injuries are also called “Ball of Foot Pain.”
Even toenails are susceptible to disease, infection, or injury. Calluses and corns are the thick, rough patches of skin that develop as a result of prolonged pressure.
Ankles are a complex mechanism of 3 bones, 2 joints, ligaments, cartilage, and over 20 muscles. Conditions include sprains, breaks, arthritis, and cartilage damage.
While there’s no cure for arthritis, there are different treatment options. With proper medical care, many patients can manage pain and maintain an active live, often without surgery.
Heel injuries are common and often caused by too much stress on the heel and surrounding tissue leading to heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, nerve damage, and more.
Tendons are tough, flexible tissue that connects muscle to the bone so we can move. If not cared for they can be damaged by tears. Early medical attention is essential to stop damage.
The average person takes 5,000 steps a day and the stress causes many different toe injuries like bunions, sesamoiditis, avascular necrosis, plantar plate tear, Tailor’s bunion, etc.