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PodiatryTake care of your feet by visiting a Cone Health board-certified podiatrist. Our doctors are skilled in the latest and best treatments for heels, ankles, soles and toes. That means you’ll get the help you need to stand, walk or run better and with less pain. 

Conditions We Treat

Trust a Cone Health podiatrist for expert care of many foot conditions, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetic foot problems
  • Fallen arches, pigeon toes and other biomechanical problems
  • Injuries, such as dislocations, fractures, sprains and strains
  • Ingrown toenails, fungus, discoloration and other toenail issues
  • Nerve disorders, such as neuromas, tarsal tunnel syndrome, burning and numbness
  • Odor and excessive sweating
  • Plantar fasciitis, tendinitis and other ligament, muscle and tendon conditions
  • Skin conditions like athlete’s foot, calluses and corns, cracks and fissures, psoriasis, and warts

Toe joint problems, including bunions and hammertoes
Some foot conditions can lead to pain in your leg or back, so improving your feet’s health may make the rest of your body feel better, too.   

Diagnosing Foot Conditions

During your first visit to a podiatrist, your doctor will review your symptoms and medical history and physically examine you. Your physician also may recommend a diagnostic procedure, such as:

  • Digital imaging – Allows doctors to see within your foot, so you get the accurate diagnosis you need to receive recommendations for the most effective treatment
  • Doppler vascular exam – Checks for narrowed blood vessels that could cause foot ulcers or pain when walking
  • Lab tests – Examine a sample of blood or joint fluid
  • Neurosensory testing – Painlessly identifies damaged nerves

Comprehensive Treatment for Your Feet

Your Cone Health podiatrist will make personalized treatment recommendations to get you back on your feet. Depending on your condition, your care plan may involve:

  • Custom orthotic shoe inserts – Provide the most-possible support because they fit the exact shape of your feet and last years longer than over-the-counter inserts
  • Diabetic therapeutic shoe program – Helps you choose shoes and inserts that reduce the odds of developing foot wounds
  • Extracorporeal pulse activation technology (EPAT) – Uses mild shockwaves to ease heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis
  • Foot surgery – Helps restore the use and appearance of your feet
  • Toenail clipping – Helps prevent ingrown toenails and injuries, especially in people with diabetes
  • Toenail fungus laser treatment – Kills fungus, usually in just one session
  • Ultrasound therapy – Uses sound waves to treat heel pain