When To See A Foot Doctor?

Many people only see a foot doctor when they feel foot pain. However, there are many other conditions that may require you to see a foot doctor aside from the pain. This includes some dermatologic and biomechanical problems of the foot such as corns and calluses, warts, ingrown toenails, neuromas, hammertoes, heel pain, heel spurs, bunions, and diabetic foot problems including charcot foot, infections, ulcerations, wounds, and neuropathy.

Also, after the treatment, it is a must that you have a follow-up visit to ensure optimal results. A good foot doctor will also provide you self-care techniques that will help you prevent foot injuries or to speed up your recovery. Choose a board-certified podiatrist so you can be sure that you get the most accurate diagnosis and treatment.

Mattison Podiatry Group is the place to go when you need help from a board-certified podiatrist. We provide care and treatment for all types of foot, ankle, and lower leg problems. Give us a call now!

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