Your foot care needs can change over time, which is why it’s important to have a podiatry team with wide-ranging skills on your side. At Foot & Ankle Centers of Frisco & Plano, the talented podiatry team supports you in every aspect of your foot health. At the locations in Frisco, Little Elm, and McKinney, Texas, they offer conservative and surgical care using the latest high-tech equipment and protocols. Book your appointment by calling the office nearest you or using the online booking tool.
There are many reasons you might need foot care from one of the experienced podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Centers of Frisco & Plano.
Pain can occur anywhere in your feet, including the arches, the backs of the heels, the balls of the feet, the tops and sides of the feet, and the toes.
When it comes to your feet, any changes in appearance can be cause for concern. This includes bruises, redness, new skin growths, bunions, new open wounds, ingrown toenails, and toenail thickening or warping.
If your feet don’t move the same way anymore, it could indicate a serious problem. For example, you might notice that your feet roll slightly inward or outward when you’re walking or standing. Your feet might also get tired easily or feel weak.
If you have underlying health problems, such as diabetes, you need regular foot care even if you don’t have any symptoms currently. Diabetes can cause nerve damage (peripheral neuropathy) and peripheral artery disease, both of which make you vulnerable to slow-healing wounds.
The Foot & Ankle Centers of Frisco & Plano team manages your foot care needs in their state-of-the-art facilities.
If you have a history of foot problems or have a chronic condition affecting your feet, you need regular foot care exams. For example, if you have diabetes, you should see your podiatrist at least twice a year. Your podiatrist can recommend the right exam schedule for you.
Foot & Ankle Centers of Frisco & Plano offers comprehensive foot care services for all ages and needs. Treatments available on-site include:
When nonoperative care isn’t effective, or if surgery is the best way to correct the damage or deformity, your podiatrist might recommend surgery.
The skilled surgeons often perform procedures such as Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ for permanent bunion removal, as well as a wide range of other foot and ankle surgeries.
Foot & Ankle Centers of Frisco & Plano takes care of all your foot care needs. Call the office nearest you or use the online scheduler to get help.