Our Podiatry Office Treats a Wide Range of Foot and Ankle Conditions
At Sol Foot & Ankle Centers, the wide range of experience that our doctors share allows us to treat patients suffering from any number of foot or ankle problems, including those of any age or gender.
Heel and arch pain is not normal. Heel and arch pain can develop for many different reasons, most of which are highly treatable. With just one visit to Sol Foot & Ankle Centers, you could finally know what has been causing your heel pain and how to make it go away.
Being active is great for your body, but can be hard on your feet and lower extremities. Make an appointment with Dr. Richard Graves, an avid runner who understands your lifestyle and injury concerns. He has treated athletes of all kinds suffering from injuries like shin splints, sprained ankles, stress fractures and plantar fasciitis.
Custom made foot orthotics and braces are used to correct and improve a variety of foot and ankle conditions including; plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, flat feet, bunions, neuromas, arthritis and diabetes.
It's time to take care of yourself! Many women ignore their foot and ankle pain due to their busy lifestyles. The podiatrists at Sol Foot & Ankle Centers know that women have unique feet and due to size, structure, and other factors, are most susceptible to painful foot conditions. Whether you have bunions, toenail fungus, or heel pain, we are here to help.
Children’s feet are always changing, and it's important for parents to be aware of any changes that may seem abnormal. We treat children with flat feet, bone growth problems, birth defects, fractures, sprains, or other common conditions like plantar warts and athlete’s foot. We are also happy to examine the feet of growing children to ensure that they are developing properly.
Sol Foot & Ankle Centers treats patients with all types of common skin and toenail problems. You can trust our experienced podiatrists to ease any pain and discomfort related to ingrown toenails, athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, plantar warts, and more.
Individuals with diabetes must be vigilant about their foot care. Why? Diabetes can cause people to have poor circulation and nerve damage, especially in their feet. The nerve damage in the feet (neuropathy) prevents the person from feeling the cut or wound when they get hurt, and the poor circulation prevents the wound from properly healing. Diabetics who have a small cut or scrape on the foot are at risk of infection and developing foot ulcers that can lead to foot amputations. Sol Foot & Ankle Centers regularly helps individuals with diabetes; we treat people who are already suffering from foot conditions, as well as those who simply want to take preventative action through the use of orthotics or other measures.
Everyone who has been diagnosed with diabetes should have their feet examined by a podiatrist at least once a year. A yearly examination can help diabetes patients qualify for coverage of special footwear that prevents diabetic foot complications.
A foot or ankle injury is not something you should try to "walk off" in hope that it will go away. Whether you have a sprained ankle, stress fracture, or turf toe, it is vital that you make an appointment with Sol Foot & Ankle Centers as soon as possible to receive treatment. By taking a little bit of time to care for yourself, you are much more likely to be back to 100 percent again in a shorter amount of time.
Does your foot or ankle condition require surgery? The podiatrists at Sol Foot & Ankle Centers frequently perform surgical procedures both in-office and at local surgery centers and hospitals. We perform most types of surgery, including bunion surgery, hammertoe correction, neuroma excisions, cyst removal, toenail surgery, and foot reconstruction.