Orthotics can relieve pain as well as prevent the occurrence or progression of foot deformities. Many common types of foot pain are caused by instability in your feet such as, heel and arch pain, ankle pain, and pain in the balls of your feet. If you have nice arches when you’re sitting, but they tend to flatten out considerably when you’re standing, you are probably a good candidate for orthotics. If you have external mal-alignments such as knock knees, bow legs, in toeing, or out toeing, orthotics will most likely be a benefit to you. If you participate in an activity that places stress on your feet or your work requires you to be on your feet for extended periods of time, orthotics can be beneficial. The use of orthotics is just one of the conservative foot treatments used in our office. They can be used to treat foot, heel and arch pain, some calluses, diabetic ulcers and pressure sores, arthritis, abnormal foot function, and to prevent sports injuries or improve sports function. They can also slow the progression of foot deformities such as a bunions, and hammertoes to delay or prevent surgery. Orthotics can be used to treat children as well as adults. The best way to find out if orthotics can help you is to make an appointment with us for an exam.
Dr. Bartley was wonderful, very thorough, I would highly recommend him! – PE
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
My doctor (Dr. Arthur Wientzen) referred me to Dr. Mark Green. I was very pleased with my visit, and was treated successfully. If I have any other related problems in the future, I will come back to Dr. Green.
I am a first time patient. I was very pleased with Dr. Green. I am impressed with the speed of the X-Rays. I am excited to try the orthotics, because the little heel inserts help so much! I came in hurting and spent a good portion of the day feeling a lot better. Dr. Green […]
Outstanding ‘customer service’ from the moment I enter the office to the completion of the visit. P. S.
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, […]
I love that Dr. Jameson actually sat down with me, and we looked at the x-rays together. She pointed out everything I needed to see then circled the problem area and explained it so that I knew exactly what my problem was. She was very professional and knowledgeable. I will definitely recommend her to friends.
- K.C. Foot & Ankle Patient
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