Due to their complex structure and near constant use, foot problems can be highly debilitating and challenging to treat. Even the most minor issue can severely limit a person’s mobility and have a major impact on their quality of life. Regardless of the cause, most foot injuries and deformities are initially treated using a conservative approach with rest, corrective shoes, inserts, orthotics, and immobilization as well as anti-inflammatory and pain medications. When unique conditions require, corrective actions can be taken.
Learn more about the following treatments that Coastal Podiatry and Wound Care provides, including:
From the most devoted athlete to the unexpected accident victim, our team at Coastal Podiatry and Wound Care is committed to understanding your unique needs and will always strive to deliver the right treatment plan to produce the best possible outcomes. We feel that our philosophy and approach helps us to consider and identify the most critical factors that allow for an optimal recovery while reducing the risk of recurrent injury.
Foot injuries are a common occurrence on the job, at home, in automobile accidents and while participating in a wide variety sports and recreational activities. In addition, foot and toe deformities from congenital defects or inherited family traits can cause a lifetime of problems unless properly treated and managed. These, plus other factors such as poorly-fitted footwear and normal wear-n-tear cause millions of people to seek medical help for foot conditions every year.
NOTE: Diabetic patients should seek immediate medical attention for any foot or toe-related problem to reduce the risk of more serious complications.
If you or a loved one suffer from foot problems, you can request an appointment online or call Coastal Podiatry & Wound Care at (904) 265-0470 to learn more about the latest foot surgery.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this website is an educational resource. It is not intended to serve as a recommendation for the treatment or management of any medical condition. All decisions involving medical procedures or surgery should be made in conjunction with your physician.