Iontophoresis is a successful treatment for excessively sweaty feet, hands, and other parts of the body. It is a drug-free and non-invasive therapy performed in a doctor’s office, wherein a light electrical current is passed through water into the area being treated, such as the feet. The water conducts the mild electrical current through the skin’s surface, blocking the sweat before it reaches the skin’s surface. Treatment can require one or several short sessions that last about 20 minutes each.
I’ve had two toenails removed there and have received excellent care both times. It’s embarrassing to me that my toenails got in that condition although the only thing I can think that I could have done differently in the past is to not have worn some of the types of shoes that I wore when […]
We live 7500 miles away overseas and it was easy for me to get an appointment, get my foot checked and get a prescription for a new AFO. I suffer from RSD and the staff treated me gently and so did Dr Green. I appreciate having been able to set everything up ahead of time […]
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
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, […]
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
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