How Can Our Pennsylvania Podiatrists Relieve Your Foot Pain?
If you’re concerned about the health of your lower limbs, or are struggling with a condition of the feet or ankles, don’t wait for the problem to spiral out of control to seek help. Instead, contact Martin Foot and Ankle for an appointment or more information to see how we can make a difference for your mobility, independence, and comfort. Call (717) 757-3537 or visit our website contact page to reach us.
View our diagram "Where does it hurt?" to help identify types of conditions.
When your feet are uncomfortable, generally you notice. Pain is an excellent, if unpleasant, signal flag that all is not well in your body. So when you notice your shoes rubbing uncomfortably against a bump on the side of your foot, which often occurs when you have bunions, you should take note that something is not the way it should be.
Picture a chair with one crooked leg. The leg is shorter than the others, wobbly, and tends to tilt inward at the bottom. Would you trust this chair to hold a heavy, delicate object? Probably not, since you can’t be sure the unstable limb will hold the weight. That is the same challenge your ankles face when you struggle with chronic ankle instability.
Martin Foot and Ankle is pleased to announce their involvement with several clinical trials that are being conducted at the Pleasant Valley location in York. Dr. Kasper, our main investigator, is currently conducting studies on diabetic wounds. Please call our office at 717-757-3537 and ask for Beth Roberts for more information.
Diabetes is not a disease to take lightly as it can have many adverse affects on your body, particularly your feet. Diabetics are far more prone to foot injuries due to reduced amount of circulation, are prone to ulcers, and even more prone than the average person to nerve related issues like that of neuropathy. Thank fully, there are measures you can take to properly protect your feet.
When your heels and the arches on your feet constantly put you in pain, you want fast relief! Get treatment for common and extraordinary heel and arch pain symptoms from the team at Martin Foot and Ankle.
Warts, ingrown toenails, and calluses are unsightly, painful, and potentially harmful to your health. Learn how you can give the skin and toes on your feet better care with treatment tips and information from Martin Foot and Ankle.
If a table or chair is wobbly and unstable, you recognize that something is wrong with its base. Usually the fix is simple—putting a pad or something similar underneath the wobbly leg eliminates the problem. Sometimes your feet become unstable, too, and need some sort of correction to eliminate issues that arise. Orthotics act as that type of support.
As your child’s body develops, his feet need to grow in a healthy manner. Without proper development, your child could face a host of long-term or permanent health problems. We can help. Contact us to have your child’s feet checked out.
Physical therapy is a powerful healing art that is grounded in the science of body structure and movement. Physical therapy is a conservative approach to treating pain, restoring strength, restoring range of motion and movement ability, improving balance stability and improving endurance. The loss of or restriction in any of these areas could be the factor that is keeping you from doing the things you enjoy.
Sprains, strains, and breaks. These sports injuries are enough to keep you out of the game and off your feet. When you need fast, effective foot care, we can help. Contact us today to learn more about the treatment options available for sports injuries in our York County podiatry office.
Do your foot and ankle injuries require surgical care for treatment? Learn more about what to expect and how to get the care you need with pre-surgery information from Martin Foot and Ankle.