Foot & Ankle Services

The team at Family Foot & Ankle Clinic offers comprehensive care using the latest techniques and technologies for all your podiatric needs, from routine checkups to treatments and surgery.

To help you understand your options, we’ve described some of our leading services on this page. If you don’t see your particular issue listed, please feel free to contact us any time with your questions.

Our podiatry services

Ankle Sprains

The most common cause of ankle sprains is an unnatural twisting or force on the ankle bones of the foot, which results in stretched or torn ligaments on the outside of the ankle. If an ankle sprain is not properly treated, it could develop into long-term problems. Learn More »


Occurring in the big toe, bunions are misaligned joints that can become swollen and tender. With bunions, the first joint of the big toe slants outward, and the second joint angles toward the other toes. Learn More »

Flat Feet

This is a common condition that is correctible in adults. Flat feet are normal for infants and toddlers, because the arch of the foot develops throughout childhood. An adult who has not developed normal arches may have flat feet. Learn More »


This condition occurs in the second, third, or fourth toes. In hammertoe, the middle joint is bent so that the toe resembles a hammer. If left untreated, hammertoes may become inflexible and require surgery. Learn More »

Diabetes and Your Feet

Diabetes decreases the blood flow, making injuries slow to heal. For a diabetic, a foot wound as simple as a blister from tight shoes can cause significant damage. Learn More »

Heel Spurs

Plantar fascitis (heel pain) typically results from an inflammation on the bottom of the foot, which is a swelling of the arch ligaments. We offer various methods of treating plantar fascitis that are designed to ease your pain and restore your quality of life quickly. Learn More »


A common condition, corns and calluses are layers of compacted dead skin cells that typically form on the toes and soles of the feet. These protective layers are caused by repeated friction, often due to skin rubbing against bony areas or irregularities in shoes. Learn More »

Athlete’s Foot

This chronic infection is caused by various types of fungus. Athlete’s foot is often spread in damp areas where most people are barefoot, such as swimming pools or public showers. Learn More »

Considerate, compassionate care for your family

At the Family Foot & Ankle Clinic, we understand that your time is important. We strive to ensure that you’re seen promptly at your scheduled appointment time. In the case of unexpected emergencies, we make every effort to contact you before your appointment to inform you of possible delays.

To us, you’re not just a name on a schedule. We treat our patients like family, and we’re pleased that so many of our patients compliment us on the fun atmosphere at our office.

Your health and satisfaction are our primary concerns. If you have any special needs, or if there’s anything our team can do to make your visit more comfortable, please feel free to contact us and let us know.