General Medical Podiatry
The practice of medicine pertaining to the ankles, feet or other related leg structures is referred to as podiatry. A podiatrist aids in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of any ailment related to problems below a person’s knee. Often simply referred to as a foot doctor, podiatrists have a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree (DPM) and often provide surgical services, in addition to regular office visits and procedures. A podiatrist is the most qualified doctor to care for a person’s feet, and they can recommend a number of treatments, ranging from pills and creams to physical therapy, surgery, orthopedic inserts and more.
Even when a person’s feet are in overall good condition, they may find they need the services of a podiatrist. A podiatrist can ensure you are wearing the right shoes, provide treatment and relief for a range of foot conditions, and evaluate the overall health of your ankles, feet or lower structure of the legs.
There are a number of reasons people may opt to schedule an appointment with a podiatrist. Some of the reasons to actually see a podiatrist may include: corns, heel pain, toenail care or issues, trauma or pain, bunions, diabetic foot care, warts, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis, deformities of the feet, and other conditions. For those who have questions about when to see a podiatrist, contact our office today.
Patients who visit a podiatrist are of all demographics and ages. Patients can receive care from the podiatrist on their own, or they may require a referral from their primary care doctor.
The Granger Medical Podiatry department considers it an honor and privilege to be serving such incredible patients. We follow your care through the process of diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. At Granger Medical, we strive to provide quality healthcare with up-to-date information for our patients and their families.
New Patients, Dr. Burleigh
Please complete the New Patient Registration Form for Dr. Burleigh and bring it filled out to your first appointment. Please click on the button below.
New Patients, Dr. Hamblin
Dr. Hamblin is very concerned about your care after your visit. We have compiled this list of post-operative care directives, and other information that will be of help to you after your visit.
If you have questions about caring for your foot or toe after having a procedure done, please select the appropriate instructions below.
Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the band of fibrous connective tissue on the bottom of the foot. There are many different treatment options for plantar fasciitis including stretching, supports, injections, etc. Here is a list of these options and instructions for stretches/exercises that are recommended to help with this.
Diabetic Foot Facts and Care Guidelines
Diabetes can be dangerous to your feet-even a small cut could have serious consequences. To avoid serious foot problems that could result in losing a toe, foot, or leg, be sure to follow these guidelines.
Diabetic Foot Care