If the muscles in your foot are overused or worn out, the shock-absorbing efficiency wears down and your bone begins to take that pressure instead. The added pressure can actually cause fractures in your foot. Let us help you find solutions for your pain.
We'll do a thorough examination to determine the cause of your pain.
When you come into see us, we'll make sure you have all of the information you need to make the best decision for you.
There may be surgical and non-surgical options for you. Our priority is providing you with the highest quality service as you recover.
With whatever course of action you take, the doctor will make sure you leave our office with the tools you need to feel better and stay better.
You'll get recommended exercises and prevention tips to avoid any more injury. Contact our office today to find out more.
Don't continue walking on your foot if you suspect a fracture. Stop what you're doing and elevate your foot. Apply ice to the area to reduce swelling, and contact our office right away for an appointment.