AMERICAN FOOT AND LEG SPECIALISTS

rESTORING HEALTH.
PROVIDING COMFORT.

Suffering From Foot,
Ankle, or Leg Pain?

We Are Here To Help.

American Foot & Leg Specialists is a podiatric practice focusing on the medical diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle problems. Our dedicated team of physicians and staff members are committed to helping patients maintain healthy feet and ankles. From a patient’s first visit, our doctors promote a relationship built on trust by providing high-quality patient care with an attentive, considerate attitude.

Utilizing the latest diagnostic and surgical technology, our experienced, board-certified physicians work hard to prevent, detect, and treat a wide variety of chronic and acute foot and ankle problems such as sports injuries, bunions, and diabetes-related issues. Whether a patient needs diabetic shoes or a platelet-rich plasma treatment, our doctors take the time to make every patient more informed and better prepared to make decisions about his/her own foot and ankle health.

HEEL PAIN?

Could It Be Plantar Fasciitis?

What you need to know and how we can help!

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DIABETES?

Prevent Serious Complications!

Take care of your feet and call us today!

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UGLY TOES?

Laser Treatment Really Works!

Get rid of nail fungus!

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FOOT RASH?

Common Fungal Skin Infections

Is it Athlete's Foot? Help is here!

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ACHILLES TENDONITIS?

Common Sports Injuries

Find out how to relieve your pain. Call today!

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PROCEDURES AND TREATMENTS
THAT GET YOU MOVING AGAIN.

  • Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment

    Have toenail fungus (Onychomycosis)? Learn about the new technology we use to treat and cure. Learn more, here.

  • Athlete's Foot Treatment

    Many cases of athlete’s foot can be treated and cured at home using over-the-counter powders and creams that may be purchased at a local pharmacy. More severe cases that persist may require further attention by one of our physicians at American Foot and Leg Specialists where you may be prescribed medicine in the form of a pill and/or a topical medicine that can be applied directly to the affected and surrounding areas. Learn more, here.

  • Heel Pain Treatment

    At American Foot & Leg Specialists, the starting point for any heel pain treatment is reducing the swelling with anti-inflammatory medication and ice therapy. The next step is learning how and when to stretch and ice down the tissue. Finally, providing support for the plantar fascia ligament allows it to rest and not become chronically over fatigued or overstretched. Learn more, here.

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