Great question. One we are asked all the time. Your feet are not perfectly symmetrical in size, shape or function. We all know that one foot is usually ½ to a full size larger than the other. But most people don’t realize that your feet aren’t exactly alike in function either. One may flatten a little more than the other during weight-bearing or one might sit at a different angle to your direction of travel than the other. Additionally, your joints may have different degrees of motion from one foot to the other, which can change the way one foot works compared to the other. All of these factors, and more, can contribute to the fact that only one foot hurts, or that one hurts more than the other. If both feet function abnormally, given enough time, they’ll both start to hurt. But why wait? If you have foot pain; one side or both, come see us asap so we can get you comfortable quickly.
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 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
I have recommended Dr. Green to two of my coworkers who have severe foot problems.
I have never experienced such a professional office. From phone call to office visit the entire staff works as a team and treats everyone like a friend. You can tell the entire staff enjoys each other and loves their job. Thanks for the exceptional experience……I’ve never been treated like family at a doctors office before.
I went to Dr. Green with a pain in my toe. He examined me, took x-rays and diagnosed my problem. He recommended orthotics. They were custom made and fitted by the doctor and his staff. My pain is now gone!
- K.C. Foot & Ankle Patient
Dr Jameson and Bobbie are Awesome! They care and treat me like I am their only patient. They are knowledgeable and don’t keep me waiting. The most important part is they not only listen to me but they really HEAR and respond to my needs and concerns. The front desk staff are true costumer service […]
Dr. Jameson is extremely personable, as are all of the nurses and front office staff that I’ve interacted with. I appreciate that Dr. Jameson seems to have a fairly conservative approach when it comes to surgery versus preventative care. During my visit, she was very focused on what we could do to prevent my feet […]
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