Foot pain can come in many forms and can significantly impact your everyday life. The foot is one of the most complex structures in the entire body and is made up of 28 bones and 33 joints. 75% of Americans will suffer from some type of foot problem in their lifetime.
1 Heel Pain
Heel pain is often caused by plantar fasciitis, however there are other causes of heel pain such as stress fractures, nerve entrapment, arthritis or in some cases a bone cyst. Evaluation by a Foot & Ankle Specialist is important in differentiating the cause of your heel pain since treatment is dictated by the specific cause of your heel pain.
2 Bunion Deformity
A bunion is often referred to as hallux abducto and is best described as a large bump on the side of the big toe. Our unique way of correcting bunions in a minimally invasive way has changed the landscape of bunion surgery forever…
3 Sports injuries
From an athlete’s perspective the most important instrument is their body. If you are an athlete, you know how important it is to have your feet in tip top condition in order to perform to your full potential.
4 Flat Feet
Flat feet are one of the most common conditions we treat in our practice. Flat feet are common amongst children and adults. Depending on the degree of the deformity a patient may benefit from conservative or surgical intervention.
5 Pediatric Feet
Our children are the most vital and important part of our lives so as parents we want our children to get the best medical care possible. At Brick Foot & Ankle Center we pride ourselves in our pediatric department offering the most current modalities and therapies available.
6 Podiatric Dermatology
Your skin is your largest organ and serves many different important functions. Your skin is the thickest on your feet with an average thickness of 1.4mm. Changes in your skin can sometimes signal changes in your overall health.
7 Diabetic Care
Diabetes affects the foot in many ways. Even a small wound or cut can produce significant consequences. Diabetes can cause peripheral neuropathy which can impair the protective sensation in your feet causing ulcerations to develop in different parts of your foot.