If you have pain, swelling, fallen arches or cracks in your feet, our experienced podiatry doctors can diagnose the problem and provide the right treatment. With their special training in the injuries and disorders of the feet, ankle and lower legs, our foot doctors know how to solve even the most troublesome problems so you feel better and can enjoy a more active lifestyle.
Our podiatry doctors at Primary Care Physicians of Florida can help you with a wide range of problems, including:
- Foot and ankle infections
- Bunions, corns and hammertoes
- Fractured bones
- Painful arthritis in the ankle or foot
- Thick or discolored toenails
- Cracks or cuts in your skin
- Injuries due to overuse
- Heel pain
- Tears to the tendons and ligament
- Fungus infections
- Athlete’s foot
- Fallen arches or flat feet
- Foot and ankle deformities
Our medical team will conduct an in-depth evaluation of your foot or ankle problem, whether it’s a recent injury or a chronic condition. That includes x-rays or scans of the foot to see if the pain is related to a broken bone, a damaged tendon or another problem.
Some types of foot problems, such as warts or bunions, can be treated with prescription medications–which can be filled at our in-house pharmacy. Our foot doctors can also fit orthotics, insoles and prosthetics to relieve foot pain so you feel more comfortable when walking, jogging or running. If you enjoy playing sports, we will come up with a program designed to get you back in action.
Our podiatry doctors also collaborate with our specialists to treat slow-healing cuts and lesions and perform surgical procedures when necessary. In keeping with our comprehensive approach to our foot and ankle care, we will support you throughout the treatment and recovery process, and consult with you about preventing future problems. For instance, rest, diet and a mild fitness program can help you maintain good health in your feet. So get back on your feet by calling us at 954-983-9191 or use our easy online contact form to schedule an appointment with a podiatry doctor today.