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Podiatrists at USA Health in Mobile, Alabama, deliver care for conditions of the toes, foot and ankle.

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About Podiatry at USA Health

Understanding and treating the cause of ankle and foot pain can reduce stress on your knees and legs and help improve your overall health. Symptoms of a problem with your feet may include limping, heel pain, numb and tingling feet, arthritic pain, or painful pressure from a bunion or hammertoe.

The podiatrists at USA Health start by listening to you, so they understand your health concerns and can develop the right a care plan for you. They see patients with foot conditions and injuries including:

  • Ankle fractures, sprains and instability
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Bone and heel spurs
  • Bunions, calluses, corns and warts
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Fractures of bones in the feet
  • High arches and low arches
  • Ingrown and fungal toenails
  • Plantar fasciitis

In addition to providing minimally invasive treatments and prescribed exercises, our podiatrists also perform advanced surgical treatments including:

  • Ankle and toe-joint replacement
  • Implanting cartilage in the toe joint
  • Reconstruction surgery for trauma
  • Removal of bone spurs and bunions
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