Podiatry - Foot and Ankle

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Specialties & Programs


Podiatry is the management of disorders of the foot or foot related structures by medical, surgical, mechanical or manual methods of treatment. At Pine Creek Medical Center, we provide podiatry services, foot health services for conditions affecting the feet and lower limbs.

Pine Creek Medical Center offers a wide range of services such as treating wounds on the feet, basic foot care, callus and corn removal, feet ulceration care, nail surgery, diabetes foot screening, and treatment of anatomical foot problems like clubfoot or flat foot. We also assess and manage prescriptions for orthotics and other walking aids depending on the diagnosis of feet problems.

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Minimally Invasive Foot Surgeries

In the last few decades, the medical community has witnessed a significant development in new surgical methods to improve an even better patient care. With an increasing number of diseases, certain conditions, injuries, and various medical problems, we were prompted to expand and redefine surgical treatment techniques. Foot surgeries are no different, with many patients’ […]

Procedures to Treat Foot and Ankle Conditions

Ankle Fusion Also termed as ankle arthrodesis, ankle fusion involves surgery to fuse ankle bones into one bone. The goal of this treatment option is to eliminate extraneous motion of the ankles. Ankle fusion is performed in the operating room with patients that are sedated so that the patient does not feel the pain from […]

Treatment for Foot Neuromas

The anatomy of the human foot is quite complicated. Other important structures lie beneath the skin which includes the muscles, blood vessels, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. Foot neuromas affect the nerves – the bundle of axons (like electrical cables) serving as communication channels between any part of the body and the brain. Nerves […]

Causes and Symptoms of Burning Feet

Burning feet cases have been reported and reviewed for approximately more than two centuries. Described subjectively by patients as “feet that are like on fire” or “feet burning like red pepper,” this condition draws similar characteristics and parallels with different underlying conditions. What Causes Burning Feet? Various causes of burning feet include: Vitamin B Deficiency […]

Clubfoot in Adults

Clubfoot, medically known as talipes equinovarus is an inborn foot deformity that causes significant changes in the feet’s normal alignment and flexibility. It can cause problems to one or both feet and can be mild or severe. Typically, clubfoot is treated few weeks after birth while the tendons, bones, ligaments, muscles, and other feet structures […]

Common Types of Toe Conditions

Bunions Very common and described as a bump on the side of the big toe, but anatomically, a bunion is a visible bump that reflects deviations from the usual bony framework on the feet. What happens is that the big toe leans in the direction of the other toes instead of pointing straight. This toe […]

Common Types of Foot Conditions

Diabetic Foot The feet of a diabetic individual is prone to different problems. Pathologic consequences of diabetes may include ulceration of the foot, tissue destruction, infection, loss of sensation, and varying degrees of vascular disease. Ulceration of the foot secondary to diabetes usually occurs due to unperceived trauma in the presence of a peripheral vascular […]

Common Types of Ankle Conditions

Achilles Tendonitis and Tendinosis Achilles tendonitis is an inflammatory condition affecting the Achilles tendon, otherwise known as the “heel cord”.  It is the thick, connective tissue that connects the muscles of the heel to the calf. The Achilles tendon, which is considered as the strongest and the largest tendon, works as a shock absorber of […]

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Our goal is to provide services for your feet and ankle needs. So, step ahead and let us help you and your family in maintaining healthy feet!


Our team is composed of highly trained podiatrists offering assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and management of ailments of the lower limb and other foot related structures across all age continuums from the young to the elderly.

Some of the services we offer are as follows:

  • Routine Foot Care which includes removal of calluses and corns, trimming, clipping, cutting, or debridement of nails, and hygienic or preventive maintenance care and any other services performed in the absence of injury or foot problems/illnesses
  • Treatment of developmental foot deformities/ structure problems
  • Prescription of supportive devices for the feet such as orthotics, orthopaedic shoes, customized ankle braces, and other supportive devices
  • Treatment of plantar warts, mycotic nails, foot infections, diabetes ulcerations and other medical/surgical problems of the foot
  • Treatment of athletic injuries
  • Management of other dermatological problems of the foot, and biomechanical abnormalities