Foot pain comes in many forms, and most of us have experienced it in one way or another. While some foot issues can be treated easily with over-the-counter medicines, others may require more intensive treatment and even indicate serious underlying health problems. Whether you’re experiencing plantar warts, fungal infections, ingrown toenails, or any other kind of foot pain, our podiatry specialists can help.
ACPNY Podiatrists treat a wide variety of foot health issues, including:
- Arthritis of the foot and ankle
- Bunions/hammer toes
- Corns/calluses/toenail fungus
- Foot fractures or sprains
- Ingrown toenails
- Foot or toe infection
- Flat feet
- Plantar fasciitis/heel spurs
- Diabetic ulcers
- Plantar warts
For some minor foot issues, such as warts and ingrown toenails, our Podiatrists perform customary removal procedures that can be done quickly and easily during an office visit. However, some ACPNY Podiatrists perform operating room-based procedures to treat more serious problems like bunions, hammer toes, soft tissue masses, neuromas, plantar fasciitis, and foot fractures, as well as advanced procedures such as flat foot surgeries, Charcot foot reconstruction, and ankle arthroscopy.
Some ACPNY Podiatrists also specialize in treatments stemming from wounds and ulcers, such as general wound care, limb salvage, wound grafting, and digital or partial foot amputations. If your condition requires treatment beyond ACPNY’s scope of care, our providers collaborate with outside clinical partners and physical therapists. Even then, your care and treatment will be managed by your ACPNY provider and Care Team and delivered by providers in trusted care partnerships with ACPNY.
When you visit ACPNY for foot care, you can be confident that you’ll be seeing a knowledgeable provider. And if your foot condition indicates a larger health concern, your Care Team will take a close look at your entire health picture and create a treatment plan to care for the whole you. If you’re having problems with your feet, ankles, or lower legs, schedule an appointment with your Primary Care Provider or a Podiatrist at ACPNY today.