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Foot Doctor | Podiatrist
It is known that your feet are the foundation of your body, and therefore the importance of have the right foot doctor care for them is essential. If you begin to experience problems in your feet, or any degree of pain, it will cause harm to your well being if not treated immediately by a foot doctor. Having foot pain can lead to difficulties in managing all aspects in your life.
By having the right foot doctor caring for you, will give you the opportunity avoid long term damages, and allow your to maintain a healthy and productive lifestyle. Our foot doctor specialists understand the importance of healthy feet, thus making a commitment to your better health seriously.
Our Foot Doctor Specialists are here to assist you in ensuring you have a strong and healthy foundation by caring to any podiatric problems that may be keep you from a strong and healthy lifestyle.
At Foot Surgery Specialist of Texas, we strive for excellence in providing the most complete care for all your foot and ankle needs. Our Foot Doctor Specialist’s goal is to restore health and wellness to your foundation, while enhancing your quality of life.
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The feet are flexible structures of bones, joints, muscles, and soft tissues that help us perform activities, such as walking, running, and jumping. The human foot combines mechanical complexity and structural strength, while the ankle serves as the foundation, shock absorber, and propulsion engine. Restoring maximal function is the goal of our specialists in treating foot injuries and diseases.
A podiatrist is a physician specially trained in treating disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity.
Common Foot & Ankle Problems
Plantar fasciitis, bone spurs, and Achilles tendonitis are among the many common problems causing heel pain.
Nerve damage or a nerve disorder can cause a burning sensation and pain in your foot.
If you experience pain or discomfort toward the top of your foot you may have a forefoot condition.
Bone spurs, arthritis, and Lisfranc sprains and fractures are among common causes of midfoot pain.
Equinus, bursitis, and nerve entrapments are among the common causes of rearfoot pain.
Several conditions, including sprains, Achilles tendonitis, gout, and tarsal tunnel syndrome are commonly associated with ankle pain.
Sports injuries to the foot and ankle should not be ignored.
If you suffer trauma to your foot or ankle, don’t risk further injury or misdiagnosis.
If you notice your child experiencing pain or discomfort, a visit to the podiatrist is recommended.