Ankle and foot ailments are among the most common health problem in today’s society. Many people believe that it is normal for the feet to hurt and endure foot problems that could be treated by using nonsurgical methods or, when appropriate, surgical intervention.
Foot doctors, or doctors of podiatric medicine (DPMs), are often the first doctors to see signs of such diseases as diabetes, arthritis, and circulatory disease of the foot. Whether due to heredity, or abuse and neglect, the normal wear and tear over time will cause foot problems at some time for all of us. However, with prevention and proper treatment, you do not have to live with these problems and can go back to an active lifestyle.
ABOUT OUR OFFICES
The Foot and Ankle Clinic of the Virginias has a team of caring specialists dedicated to providing the highest level of care for a wide range of podiatric conditions. We provide comprehensive diagnostic, surgical and non-surgical treatment. Our staff is committed to ensuring satisfaction and comfort to each patient by providing expert care and education to patients based on each individual need. The Foot and Ankle Clinic of the Virginias strives for excellence by continue education, training, research and the use of modern technology.
- Early morning and evening hours
- Hospital consultations
- Nursing home care
- Sports medicine and trauma
- Diabetic foot care
- Wound care of the lower leg and foot
- State-of-the-art surgical care
- Orthotics and Diabetic shoes