Non Surgical approach to:
- Metatarsal pain
- Pressure or Vascular ulceration
- State-of-the-art Laser treatment available for:
- Toenail Fungus
- Wart removal
- Ingrown toenails
- Infections of the feet
- Painful or tired feet
- Corns and Calluses
- Flat feet, painful arches
- Heel pain
- Ankle instability
- Balance problems causing tripping and falling
- Arthritic conditions of the feet
- Children’s foot problems (flat feet, in toeing, out toeing, tired feet unable to keep up with other children.
Chronic Ankle Instability – always twisting ankles or losing balance easily, sometimes falling (good candidate for MBB – Moore balance Brace)
Common Toenail Problems – Ingrown toenails, loosened, crumbly, discolored, thickened, unsightly toenails
Diabetic Complications – lose of feeling or sensation to toes or feet, numbness or tingling, dry cracked skin and sores to feet
Ganglion Cyst – lumps or bumps under the skin usually near a joint or tendon
Gout – elevated uric acid in the blood that causes a red, hot, extremely painful big toe joint, but can occur in other joints.
Hallux Rigidus – Stiff painful big toe joint
Neuroma – a pinched nerve in the foot that usually feels achy or like a hot poker in the ball of the foot
Onychomycosis – the medical term for thick, discolored unsightly fungal toenails, successfully treated with the laser.
Peroneal Tendon Injury – Common with ankle sprains, pain on outside of ankle and foot, weakened tendon
Plantar Fibromas – Hard lump on the bottom of the foot, usually in the arch.
Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction – causes flat feet, due to a weakness of the muscle/tendon on the inside of the ankle