Our team is excited to share our newest treatment with all of you: stimwave therapy. This procedure can provide relief to those suffering from chronic pain by stimulating the nerve externally after a small wire has been placed into the effected extremity.
In addition to being open 5 days a week, we also provide emergency services, after-hours and FREE transportation to and from our practice for existing patients. We have everything you need under one roof to help get you back on your feet!
The staff from our receptionists to our board-certified podiatrists and surgeons pride themselves on offering the most comprehensive foot and ankle care in Boynton Beach.
Our entire staff from our receptionists to our board-certified podiatrists and surgeons prides themselves on offering the best foot and ankle care in Boca Raton.
When swollen feet, ankles or legs stay swollen and are accompanied by other symptoms, the condition may be a sign of a serious health issue that should be promptly addressed with the right treatment.
While a lot of cases are merely a cosmetic issue, some varicose veins can be uncomfortable and lead to heart problems in the future if left untreated.
One of the most common causes of pain in the heel of the foot is plantar fasciitis (Plan-tur Fas-e-I-tis). The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissues that is located on the bottom of the foot, connecting the heel bone to the toes. When this band of tissues becomes irritated and inflamed it is known as the plantar fasciitis.
Contact the specialists at Certified Foot and Ankle Specialists to learn about the toenail fungus treatment methods available to you. Schedule your next appointment at 1-855-550-FEET
Your plantar fascia is a ligament that connects the front of your foot to your heel. Its main role is to support your foot arch and assist with walking, subjecting the ligament to a lot of wear and tear over the years.
If the lower half of your calf hurts, you’re not alone. Over 200,000 people visit a doctor every year due to Achilles heel pain. While the Achilles tendon is very strong, it is not very flexible. When it is stretched too far the tendon can become inflamed, which is known as Achilles tendonitis, or it can tear.