Foot and ankle conditions can be debilitating and can impact your quality of life. Whether your symptoms are caused by a recent injury or a chronic condition, these symptoms can worsen without appropriate treatment. Our team provides non-surgical and surgical foot and ankle care for a variety of conditions.

What is Podiatry?

Healthy feet and ankles are essential for optimal mobility. Podiatry is a medical practice that addresses foot and ankle-related problems that limit mobility. Podiatrists take a closer look at the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, blood vessels, and nerves in the feet and ankles to identify any issues.
Woman getting podiatry exam

When You Should Seek Podiatry Care

Schedule an appointment with one of our podiatrists as soon as you notice a problem—even a minor one. While occasional foot or ankle pain is normal, chronic pain is a cause for concern. The sooner you address the problem, the sooner you will experience relief.

Common Podiatry Problems

These are some common podiatry problems our providers treat:
If you’re experiencing a foot or ankle problem that’s not listed above, contact a clinic near you. We’ll discuss your symptoms to pinpoint the source of the pain and find an effective treatment option.

What to Expect

During your initial podiatry visit, expect a thorough examination of your feet and a review of your medical history, including overall health and specific foot issues. The podiatrist will conduct a physical examination to assess foot structure, gait, and skin condition, possibly followed by further diagnostic tests. Once a diagnosis is made, a personalized treatment plan will be created, which may include medications, orthotics, physical therapy, or surgery when indicated.

Contact a HealthyU Clinic Near You

Find a location near you to schedule an appointment with our skilled podiatrists.