Common Treatments Offered

Platelet Rich Plasma Injections are a procedure where blood is drawn from the patient and placed in a centrifuge to yield a high concentration of the body’s platelets. Platelets contain many growth factors that are responsible for helping heal complex injuries. The platelets are then injected under ultrasound guidance into the area of injured tissue. Patients are then placed in a CAM walker for approximately two weeks to promote stability in the ankle and foot and to restrict motion and weight bearing activity.

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a device that utilizes low pulse activation waves to injured tissue to promote a fast and effective healing response.

Botox Injections

Botox injections are utilized to treat a variety of conditions for the foot and ankle, including hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), and plantar fasciitis.

Custom Orthotics

Custom orthotics are biomechanical medical devices that are custom made and designed to stabilize the foot and ankle into the most anatomically efficient position to correct foot imbalances.

Common Foot Conditions

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Ankle Sprain Treatment


Ankle sprains are an injury to one or more of the ligaments in the ankle and typically occur on the lateral aspect, or outside of the ankle.

Bone Spurs


A Bone Spur is an outgrowth of bone that occurs along the edges of a bone, most commonly found in joints where two or more bones come together or where ligaments or tendons attach to a bone.

Bunions Treatment


A Bunion is a deviation of the big toe joint often resulting in a lateral shift of the big toe.


Charcot foot can be a serious and potentially limb threatening lower-extremity complication caused by diabetes that affects the bones, joints and soft tissues of the foot and ankle.


According to the American Diabetes Association, 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year. People with diabetes can develop a variety of foot conditions, including neuropathy, ulcerations and foot deformities.

Gout Treatment


Gout is a form of arthritis due to increased uric acid in the body, typically from dietary sources.

Hammertoe Treatment


A Hammertoe is an imbalance of the foot muscles that causes the middle joint of the toe to bend and become stuck in the bent position.

Heel Spur Treatment


A Heel Spur is a calcium deposit that causes a bone protrusion on the heel bone.

Ingrown Toenail Treatment


An Ingrown Toenail is a toenail that has grown into the skin, often found on the inside or outside border of the big toe.



A Lisfranc Fracture is a dislocation of the lisfranc joint in the foot, which is the joint that connects the metatarsal bones and the tarsal jones.

Morton’s Neuroma Treatment


Morton’s Neuroma is inflammation of the nerve between the metatarsals, or the long bones in the foot, most commonly between the third and fourth metatarsals.

Sesamoiditis Treatment


Sesamoiditis is irritation of the sesamoid bones, which are tiny bones in the tendons connecting to the big toe. Often times, the surrounding tendons are also inflamed.

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment


Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful foot condition in which the tibial nerve is compressed as it travels through the tarsal tunnel, or the tunnel on the inner leg that runs behind the bump on the ankle.

Turf Toe Treatment


Turf Toe is a sprain of the ligaments surrounding the big toe joint.