Many foot and ankle orthopedic issues can be treated with non-surgical options, such as physical therapy or the use of orthotics. We also offer a variety of surgical options for when more conservative treatments are not the right choice.
- Custom orthotics
- Diabetic foot treatment: By taking a holistic, proactive team approach to diabetic foot treatment, we can help you maintain mobility and avoid the loss of limbs often associated with diabetes. We can help you recognize the warning signs of diabetic foot problems, identify the best shoes for your feet and easily manage infections, such as diabetic foot wounds and ulcers.
- Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) treatment
- Physical therapy
- Plantar fasciitis treatment
- Sprains and fracture treatment
- Total ankle replacement
We also offer treatment for Sever's disease, a painful heel condition that is found most often in physically active children. It occurs when the growth plate in the lower back of your child’s heel, where the Achilles tendon attaches, becomes inflamed and causes pain.
Treatment for Sever’s disease includes:
- Cutting back on sports until the growth plate has healed
- Applying ice to the heel after activity
- Avoiding going barefoot
- Wearing an orthotic or cast
Sever's disease treatment is typically required only until the two growth areas of the child's heel join together – usually around age 16. There are no known long-term complications.