Conditions we treat at our practice include:
Heel and Arch Pain
Heel pain is something that can affect virtually anyone – young or old, male or female, athletes or non-athletes, etc. In part, this is attributable to the fact that heels sustain tremendous force loads during physical activities, including those featuring lots of running and jumping.
These forces contribute to common sources of heel pain like:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendinitis
- Sever’s disease
Skin and Nail Problems
Optimal foot health includes being aware of issues that develop at the surface level, particularly in regard to skin and toenail problems. Some examples of these medical issues include:
- Fungal nail infections
- Ingrown toenails
- Heel fissures
- Athlete’s foot
- Subungual hematomas
Hip and Joint Pain
Premier Podiatry & Orthopedics is proud to offer effective orthopedic solutions for problems that cause hip pain and difficulty. Almost all joints have a certain degree of risk, but hip joints tend to be especially prone to painful conditions, including ones caused by:
- Hip fractures
Neck and Back Pain
One of the more concerning forms of pain people experience is spine pain. Even though the spine plays an essential role in the central nervous system, there is no need to panic – as long as the issue is being addressed by a medical specialist, of course.
Neck and back pain are usually caused by:
- Muscle strains
Frequent and severe shoulder pain can disrupt your normal activities and daily routine. In some instances, home care methods may be able to provide some relief. A better approach, however, is to visit one of our team members at Premier Podiatry & Orthopedics for expert diagnosis and care.
We can help determine if your pain is being caused by any of the conditions below:
- Tendon inflammation (or tearing)
Nerve conditions typically cause burning, tingling, and electrical pain—or even numbness. If you experience symptoms like those, you will benefit from the services at our Premier Podiatry & Orthopedics Neuropathy Center, where we provide testing and treatment to address the root cause of the problem.
Conditions that cause nerve damage include:
- Peripheral neuropathy
For optimal health, you need to eat well, get enough sleep at night, and perform physical activity on a regular basis. Now, exercise and sports certainly contribute to your overall wellbeing, but a body in motion always carries a certain degree of injury risk.
Common sports related injuries we treat at our office include:
- Ankle sprains
- Turf toe
Foot and Ankle Pain
When your lower limbs hurt or are not functioning correctly, there is clearly a problem that needs to be addressed. These conditions are best handled at the earliest possible stages – so contact Premier Podiatry & Orthopedics as soon as you become aware of an existing or developing problem.
We can help you treat foot and ankle pain caused by:
Hand and Wrist Pain
Pain in a hand or wrist (or both!) can interfere with your daily activities and take away your ability to perform certain exercises and sports. If this is a problem you are experiencing, come see us at our office. Our orthopedic team is able to help many patients using nonsurgical treatment to address many hand and wrist conditions, including:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Within the musculoskeletal system (your bones, muscles, and connective tissues), one of the more common issues people experience is knee pain. Many cases develop in response to increased physical activity, but there are other causes that contribute to making this such a widespread problem.
Some of these include:
- Ligament injuries
- Kneecap dislocation
- Meniscus tears
We Offer Complete Orthopedic & Podiatric Care
If you are suffering from any of these problems and find yourself unable to perform favorite or daily activities, it is time to seek professional care. Our team provides accurate diagnoses and creates effective treatment plans for many patients – and we will do the same for you!
So no matter what kind of medical care is needed to best serve you or your loved one, Premier Podiatry & Orthopedics is ready to provide it. All you have to do is contact us today for more information—or to request your appointment—by calling 916-961-3434.
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