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Pediatric foot and ankle care focuses on addressing the unique needs of children’s developing lower extremities. From assessing gait abnormalities to treating common childhood conditions like flat feet or in-toeing, specialized care aims to ensure that children maintain healthy, pain-free mobility as they grow.

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails occur when the edge of a toenail grows into the surrounding skin, often causing pain, redness, and swelling. If left untreated, they can lead to infection, making early intervention and proper care essential for alleviating discomfort and preventing complications.

Sports injuries

Foot and ankle sports injuries are common among athletes, often resulting from activities that place significant stress on these areas, such as running, jumping, or sudden pivoting. These injuries can range from sprains and strains to fractures, and prompt diagnosis and treatment are crucial to a swift and full recovery, allowing athletes to return to …

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Diabetic foot care

Diabetic foot care is a critical aspect of managing diabetes, as the condition can lead to neuropathy and poor circulation, increasing the risk of foot ulcers and infections. Regular monitoring, proper foot hygiene, well-fitted footwear, and professional foot examinations are essential for diabetic foot care to prevent complications and ensure overall health.


Bunions are bony protrusions that form at the base of the big toe, often causing pain, swelling, and difficulty fitting into shoes. They typically develop due to a combination of genetic factors, improper footwear, and increased pressure on the joint, and can be managed with conservative measures or corrected through surgery when necessary.

Foot and ankle pain

Foot and ankle pain can be a distressing and limiting experience, affecting one’s mobility and overall quality of life. It can result from various causes, including injuries, medical conditions like arthritis, or overuse. A comprehensive evaluation by us can help pinpoint the source of the pain and guide you toward the most appropriate treatment.

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