Beverly Oaks Surgery podiatrists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all foot disorders.
Since our feet are in constant use and are such a vital part of our everyday lives, it is important that they are cared for and checked up from time to time by a
Beverly Oaks Surgery podiatrists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all foot disorders. Since our feet are in constant use and are such a vital part of our everyday lives, it is important that they are cared for and checked up from time to time by a podiatrist. Foot disorders can negatively alter the bones, joints, muscles, and skin.
Beverly Oaks Surgey treats the following foot conditions:
- Athlete’s foot
- Corns and calluses
- Foot odor
- Heel pain
- Heel spurs
- Ingrown nails
- Sports injuries
At Beverly Oaks Surgery, we specialize in treating foot conditions. We cover all foot treatment procedures ranging from splints, braces, and advanced surgical procedures. Our physicians are specially trained to provide the most effective treatments with enduring results and fast recovery times. Treatments are chosen based on your personal situation (medical health and condition), we will work with you to determine which method is right.
Our podiatry department provides the following services:
- Pediatric foot care
- Joint replacement
- Custom orthotics
- Foot surgery
Following basic foot care methods is the best way to avoid the risk of foot disorders. It is crucial that your feet are kept dry and clean at all times, as well as wearing shoes that are comfortable and do not cause foot discomfort during physical activities. Healthy eating habits and vitamins are also extremely important to keep your feet in healthy condition.
If you are experiencing chronic foot pain or even general discomfort, it is important to see a podiatrist. If left untreated these foot disorders will only get worse over time, which is why it is so important you see a specialist as soon as you experience foot discomfort and pain as it can lead to systemic diseases. Those with high risk foot problems, such as diabetes, should see a podiatrist on a yearly basis. Most insurance plans may cover these procedures. Call us today for a FREE PPO insurance verification!