Whether you enjoy being active, or you simply want to get through the day without foot or ankle pain, you can count on our team of experts to get you back on your feet and doing the things you love most.
Here at Advanced Foot & Ankle Specialists of Arizona, we provide a wide range of services to keep your foot health at top shape.
Have an ingrown toenail that insists on coming back? We got the answers. Need a treatment option that will actually get rid of your heel pain for good? We can help you find it. Think you need surgery to address your flat foot symptoms? We can help you decide.
The bottom line is:
If something is affecting your lower limbs, you should come visit our office today for the relief you need and deserve.
Diabetes can affect the feet more than you think! If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with this condition, it’s important that a comprehensive diabetic foot care plan is put in place to help protect your feet and prevent dangerous complications from developing in your lower limbs.
If you need assistance with creating a diabetic foot care plan that works for you, we can help.
Heel and arch pain are among the most common problems we treat at our office. However, this type of discomfort can be caused by a variety of different conditions, from plantar fasciitis to Achilles tendinitis, and an accurate diagnosis is vital in order to provide the best treatment options to address your specific problem.
If your heels are in pain, let us help you find the culprit.
- Achilles Tendinitis
- Bone Spurs
- Plantar Fasciitis
Athlete’s foot, ingrown toenails, plantar warts – there are plenty of conditions that can make your feet look and feel their worst. And the truth is that sometimes these problems can be difficult to get rid of – but this doesn’t mean it’s impossible!
With the right tools, you can finally say goodbye to unsightly, uncomfortable skin and nails – and we offer these tools right here at our office.
Sometimes new feet can experience painful problems, too. And, as parents, when our children complain of discomfort – whether it’s in their lower limbs or anywhere else in their bodies – we may start to feel overwhelmed and frustrated. Should I be worried about it? What can I do to relieve my child’s pain?
We got your back! Our team of experts have experience in treating foot and ankle pain in patients of all ages – including children.