Contrary to popular belief, kids with flat feet become adults with flat feet. If your child has feet that flatten excessively, walks with her feet pointing outward, or has general soreness in her feet with walking and activities, have her evaluated. She will most likely benefit from custom orthotics in order to maintain a normal arch and provide better support. Even if your child is not having pain, the muscle imbalance caused by her instability will lead to foot deformities down the road, such as bunions, hammertoes, heel spurs and arthritis. Don’t wait for your child to have foot pain. Have her evaluated so treatment, if necessary, can start before long-term problems arise.
Bedside manner is very important to me and everyone here have met my standards. Very friendly and caring. Dr. Bartley treated me like I was the only thing that mattered. Not in a hurry to get to the next patient like so many others I have encountered! Thank you to the entire staff! – DO
Been dealing with heel pain for over 6 months. A friend of mine referred me to Dr.Green. Got in very quickly. Everyone is super nice and caring. Dr.Green took his time to explain everything in detail, my options and treatment. Would highly recommend him!
I saw Dr. Green after several months of pain in the big toe and ball of my left foot. The pain started with a dance injury, so when an x-ray showed no broken bones or fractures, his first recommendation was rest and also laser therapy. When rest alone hadn’t taken away the pain from walking, […]
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Outstanding ‘customer service’ from the moment I enter the office to the completion of the visit. P. S.
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