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Feet are an instrumental part to living an active lifestyle, which means foot pain and discomfort can stop you in your tracks and have a severe impact on your quality of life. At OAA, our podiatrists are board-certified and extensively trained to treat conditions related to the foot, ankle and related structures of the leg with more specialized expertise than a general practitioner. Our podiatrists' goals are to help you treat and manage foot conditions that interfere with your daily life. We work closely with you to deliver a comprehensive treatment plan that minimizes pain and restores maximum function.
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A podiatrist, or Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), is a physician who is specialized in caring for the foot, ankle and leg. Most podiatrists are also trained and certified to perform surgery in these areas as well.
Podiatrists are educated on a wide variety of conditions in their area of expertise, which allows them to provide comprehensive care. Some of the most common foot conditions we treat at OAA include:
Yes, podiatrists are also trained to diagnose and treat a number of surface-level conditions on your foot. Some of the most common of these include:
The podiatrists at OAA’s podiatry center are equipped to provide care for a multitude of specific circumstances, including:
At OAA, we also offer radial shockwave therapy to treat certain conditions of the foot and ankle. This cutting-edge therapy involves the use of a handpiece that generates mechanical pressure waves. It is used to treat a wide range of orthopedic conditions, including tendonitis and chronic inflammation.
Healthy feet are essential to your quality of life -- when your feet are in pain, getting around for your daily tasks can become a struggle. Choosing a specialist makes a world of a difference. Our board-certified podiatrists have been trained specifically and extensively in the diagnosis and treatment of all foot conditions. While your primary care physician is capable of providing a wide range of care, a podiatry specialist is trained to diagnose specific concerns in your feet, and to offer the treatment you need.