Common Foot Problems
- Laser treatment for fungal nails
- Heel pain and heel injuries
- Diseased/ingrown nails
- Foot and ankle injuries/infections
- Hammertoes and bunions
- Adult/Pediatric flat feet
- Arthritic feet and ankles
- Nail cutting
- Work and sports injuries
- Generalized foot and leg pain
- Lower extremity skin conditions
- Varicose veins
Common Foot Problems
Certified Foot & Ankle Specialists utilizes the most state-of-the-art technology to properly diagnose your foot and ankle condition to ensure the best possible outcome while utilizing the most conservative treatment. The Boca Raton office now offers standing computerized tomography (CT) imaging as part of the company’s comprehensive range of foot and ankle services. This pedCAT machine offers the new standard-of-care to properly diagnose foot and ankle conditions, and Certified Foot is the first and only podiatrist office in South Florida to offer this service.
Standing CT scans, which take about 60 seconds, provide greater insight on what may be actually causing foot pain and allow the doctors to fully evaluate bone structure and joint integrity under the patient’s weight-bearing conditions. This greatly enhances the understanding and planned treatment for complex disorders of the foot and ankle, increasing the success rate of subtle injuries, bunions, flat feet, sprains, arthritis and diabetes-related complications, as well as overall patient experience.
The team of doctors is also fully equipped to offer laser treatment for fungal nails, high-arched foot, heel pain and heel injuries, diseased and ingrown nails, nail cutting, foot and ankle injuries and infections, bunions and hammertoes, adult and pediatric flatfoot, arthritic feet and ankles, tendonitis, work and sports injuries, generalized leg pain, and lower extremity skin conditions (including varicose veins).
Most foot and ankle issues can be resolved with conservative treatment, such as orthotic devices, stretching therapy, physical therapy, stretching, antibiotics, activity modifications and more.
Overall, the feet are not subject to typical factors that affect the rest of the skin on your body, including long, hot showers, dry air, detergents and solvents. However, they are more subject to chafing and rubbing due to walking. It is important to recognize any changes to your feet and let your podiatrist know immediately. A podiatrist’s extensive knowledge and clinical training is extremely helpful for patients for the early detection of large and small issues, with a goal to remedy any and all issues immediately so you can enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle.
Iâ€™ve seen Dr. Kinmon and Dr. Norris over the last couple of years and yesterday, even on a Saturday! Great doctors, friendly staff! It started with my husband going there, then me and my parents. Iâ€™d highly recommend this group to anyone.Dawn D.
Dr. Kinmon and staff are the best and kindest!! Highly recommend them!!Alisa O.
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