How do I know if I have good blood flow in my feet?

Signs of poor blood flow may include lack of hair growth on your legs and toes, brittle nails, dark skin discoloration, thin, shiny skin and persistent coldness in your feet.  Other symptoms such as swelling and cramping during or after activities, as well as pain relief from hanging your legs off the bedside could also […]

What is the most common condition you see?

By far the most common condition we see is heel and arch pain, or plantar fasciitis.  Other common conditions include bunions, hammertoes, ingrown toenails, flat feet and skin conditions, including athlete’s foot and fungal toenails.

What types of foot conditions require surgery?

Many conditions can be treated very successfully with conservative treatment options.  When conservative care fails to alleviate your discomfort, surgery may be beneficial in alleviating your pain.  Common conditions that require surgery include bunions, hammertoes, Morton’s Neuroma, and bone spurs.  Conditions that rarely require surgery are heel pain or plantar fasciitis, and Achilles tendonitis.