Our feet support your body. They’re what give you the ability to move so that you can keep up with your job and favorite activities. When something goes wrong and your feet are injured, everything in your life becomes a little bit harder. You struggle at work. You have a hard time playing with your kids. Your favorite hobbies come to an end.
As painful as it is, you worry about what you need to do to get relief. Will it hurt? Will you need surgery? How much will it all cost?
At Martin Foot and Ankle, we understand your concerns. Every day we help people who have the same thoughts, setbacks, and fears as you. With our team of 10 podiatrists and a supportive staff, we’re able to provide you top care without breaking the bank or causing you unnecessary grief.
Looking for more information? Request our book, A Step In the Right Direction: A User's Guide to Foot and Ankle Health to find out how you can get conservative treatments and fast relief.
Comforting Doctors, Effective Results
If you’re like many people, seeing a doctor is one of the last things you want to have to do. Living with foot pain isn’t ideal either. At Martin Foot and Ankle, our doctors and staff understand that you’re nervous and frustrated with what’s causing you pain. That’s why we work hard to provide you with comforting care that gives you the results you desire.
The following are some of the ways we help our patients walk pain-free:
- Heel and Arch Pain. When you have heel pain, it’s hard to focus on anything else. Walking and moving becomes a chore. We can help. With our treatment of bone spurs, Achilles tendonitis, and flat feet, you can get back on your feet and enjoy the active lifestyle you love.
- Diabetic Foot Pain. Persons with diabetes suffer unique foot and ankle problems. If you suffer from diabetic foot pain, it’s critical that you see a podiatrist on a regular basis. Doing so will help you have healthy feet for years to come, avoiding high risks, such as amputation, neuropathy, and foot ulcers.
- Nail and Skin Care. Warts, fungal nails, and Athlete’s foot are just some of the types of nail and skin problems that can affect your foot’s health. If you are embarrassed about the nail and skin problems on your feet, talk to us about our painless treatments that’ll help you look and feel your best.
- Orthopedic Care. From removing bunions to repairing broken bones in your feet, a trained podiatrist’s help can be invaluable. Many orthopedic surgeons have a broad understanding of how to treat the larger bones in the body. The podiatrists at Martin Foot and Ankle work exclusively on areas below the knee, making us better able to offer effective care for bone problems in your feet.
- Orthotics. Orthotic shoes are made for every type of foot and lifestyle. Diabetics, workers, and athletes all need extra support for their lifestyle. Visit one of our two shoe centers to find the perfect pair of shoes for you.
- Sports Injuries. Running, jumping, and quick movements can cause injuries. From fast, traumatic injuries, such as fractures or sprains, to injuries that happen over the long run, such as tendonitis, we treat them all.
- Children’s Feet. Your child’s foot development is critical to his or her long-term health. If you notice anything unusual about your child’s stance or gait, it’s time to see a children’s podiatrist. With intoeing, outtoeing, or Severs disease, early detection is critical.
- Physical Therapy. Once you’ve received the necessary treatment for your foot and ankle pain, continue your progress with physical therapy. We have two top-referred physical therapy centers in Central Pennsylvania that can give you the ongoing care you need.
Give Your Feet the Care They Deserve
When it comes to the health of your feet and ankles, don’t delay treatment in hopes that the pain will go away. Get the fast, comforting care you need today.
At Martin Foot and Ankle, we lean on the expertise of each one of our ten doctors. That means that you always get the most conservative care from some of Central Pennsylvania’s finest doctors.
If you’re in pain, contact one of our four offices in Pennsylvania at 844-899-6961 to book your appointment with a podiatrist.