The human foot is a complex structure consisting of 26 bones and connecting tendons, ligaments, and muscles. If you are experiencing foot pain, seeking medical attention from a podiatrist is highly recommended.
Common Causes of Foot Pain
There are various reasons that can lead to foot pain, some of the common causes are:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendinitis
- Toe arthritis
Foot Pain Diagnosis and Treatment
At Miller Orthopedic Specialists, our podiatrist is highly experienced and fellowship-trained in treating foot problems. They will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and recommend the best treatment options for your specific condition, which may include:
- Physical therapy
- Surgery (if needed)
Improving Quality of Life
Our ultimate goal is to improve your quality of life. Our podiatrist will work with you to determine the most effective treatment method to alleviate your pain and restore your mobility. With proper treatment and care, you can return to your daily activities and enjoy the things you love without discomfort or pain.
At Miller Orthopedic Specialists, we have foot and ankle specialists who utilize the latest diagnosis and treatment methods to treat a variety of problems.
Your ankle is an essential part of your body as it supports your weight and allows you to carry out an active and healthy lifestyle. If you are experiencing ankle pain, it is crucial to see one of our foot and ankle specialists in podiatry to receive a proper diagnosis and treatment plan for your condition.
Common Causes of Ankle Pain
Ankle pain can occur due to various reasons, such as fractures, ankle sprains, and other injuries. Athletes, in particular, are susceptible to ankle injuries, which is why we offer a FREE * Sports Injury Clinic in Council Bluffs and Omaha.
Diagnosis and Treatment for Ankle Pain
Our foot and ankle specialists are highly trained to diagnose and treat a full range of ankle conditions. When you come to our clinic, our specialists will evaluate your symptoms, medical history, and perform diagnostic tests like X-rays or MRI scans to identify the root cause of your ankle pain.
We then create a personalized treatment plan that may include physical therapy, medication, or surgical intervention, depending on the severity of your condition.
Improving Patients Quality of Life
At Miller Orthopedic Specialists, our goal is to help you improve your quality of life by alleviating your ankle pain and getting you back to your regular activities.
We prioritize non-invasive treatments and only recommend surgery when necessary. Our team of experts is dedicated to ensuring you receive the best possible care to help you recover quickly and effectively.