What We Treat

Nail Fungus

Nail fungus (onychomycosis) is an infection of the toenail or fingernail plate and underlying nail bed. It is contagious, meaning you picked it up from someone else or somewhere else. Read More ›


Arthritis is a painful condition of any joint. While there are different types of arthritis, (such as osteoarthritis, gout, traumatic, and rheumatoid) most of the time we are talking about osteoarthritis. Read More ›


Gout is a form of arthritis that involves crystal formation within the joint fluid. These crystals can cause swelling, heat and reddening around the affected joint, which usually starts in the great toe joint. Read More ›

Diabetes and Foot Care

Individuals diagnosed with diabetes need to have their feet inspected by a podiatrist at least once a year, and more frequently if they are experiencing trouble managing their diabetes. Read More ›

Athlete's Foot

Red, scaly, itchy patches on your feet are usually the first signs you have picked up a fungal infection. While this is more common in the humid seasons, it can occur any time of year. Read More ›


Warts are caused by a virus. The result is an often hard, unsightly callus with an unusual texture. Dark spots may be noted within the body of the callus, and if picked at or disturbed, they may bleed. Read More ›


A bunion is a bone deformity at the base of the great toe, or hallux. As the deformity becomes larger, the joint can become more painful and swollen, and wearing dress shoes or work shoes becomes an issue for the patient. Read More ›


A hammertoe is simply a contracted or bent toe. In the early stages, it can be stretched (extended) or flexed (contracted). Read More ›

Corns and Calluses

Podiatrists use the terms corns and callus interchangeably. These terms refer to abnormally thickened skin over an area of pressure or friction. Read More ›

Plantar Fasciitis

This diagnosis is often made when a patient presents with a complaint of pain under their heel bone, or calcaneus. It can affect one foot at a time, or both feet simultaneously. Read More ›

Ingrown Toenails

Painful, reddened areas of skin along the edges of a nail indicate an ingrown nail. Read More ›


Podiatrists often prescribe orthotics for a patient that hasn’t responded to other measures, or they can be an initial choice of therapy. Read More ›

Second Opinions

When a patient has had surgery or any course of therapy recommended, it is not unusual for him or her to seek a second opinion. Read More ›

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