Common Reasons to See a Podiatrist
A common heel pain that affects the ligaments that connect your heel bone to your toes.
Otherwise known as toenail fungus.
Small, hard, grainy warts common on the heels or balls of your feet and can grow outward or inward.
Neuropathic Foot Wounds
Damaged nerve fibers that result in the loss of ability to feel pain, most often found in diabetic patients.
Sports Injuries to the Foot or Ankle
This can range from a simple sprain to a more complex fracture.
- Ingrown toenails
- Foot and ankle reconstruction
- Hammer toes
- Soft tissue masses
- Flat foot/high arch
- Fracture or tendon trauma repair
What is a Total Ankle Replacement?
Total ankle replacement surgery alleviates pain, improves joint stability and increases overall mobility by replacing damaged parts of the ankle with plastic or metal prosthetics. Candidates for total ankle replacement are those whose pain is not reduced through other treatments and is impacting their quality of life. Contact Dr. Sukovaty today for an evaluation.