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How a Podiatrist Can Help Your Feet

podiatrist helps patients with foot pain, discomfort and disabilities achieve better health and feel better each day. It is helpful to have a complete understanding of how a podiatrist can help patients to determine if scheduling a visit is right for you. 

AN OVERVIEW OF PODIATRIST TREATMENT

There are many benefits of choosing to visit a podiatrist for your feet issues, and many patients have found short-term and long-term relief through professional diagnosis and treatment. The following is everything to know about podiatry, including what a podiatrist is, the issues they are able to treat and how the treatment process works. 

WHAT IS A PODIATRIST?

A podiatrist is a medical professional who has completed extensive education and training programs to be able to effectively and efficiently diagnose, treat and prevent health-related issues with the foot, ankle and lower extremities. Podiatrists offer specialized care and are ideal for anyone who struggles with foot pain and other related issues. Many doctors may recommend a patient to a podiatrist if they require specialized treatment for the foot, ankle or lower extremity. 

WHAT CAN A PODIATRIST TREAT?

Podiatrists treat a wide range of issues, and they help with more than just foot-related complications. Several of the more common complications a podiatrist treats include but are not limited to the following:

It is encouraged to visit a podiatrist if you were in an accident that led to a serious foot injury, such as a severe bone bruise or broken bone. They can also treat patients with fungal problems, athlete's foot and other related complications. Many podiatrists also perform surgery to remove ingrown toenails. 

BENEFITS OF PODIATRIST TREATMENT

There are many benefits to treatment from a podiatrist, rather than relying on a family doctor or general doctor for treatment. A podiatrist is a medical professional that is specifically trained and specializes in treating foot-related complications. Therefore, the treatment is often much more precise and accurate. Benefits that patients often receive when visiting a podiatrist include specialized care, fast and accurate diagnosis, effective treatment for pain and other symptoms and long-term prevention of future complications. 

HOW THE TREATMENT PROCESS WORKS

The first step in the treatment process is to schedule a visit with a podiatrist. On the first visit, he or she can examine the symptoms, medical history and conduct a physical examination of the foot to gain a better understanding as to which treatment will be most effective. The podiatrist can then offer a treatment or prevention plan for the exact issue of the patient, and he or she can work closely with the patient until a full recovery is made. 

TALK TO A PODIATRIST ABOUT TREATMENT

If you struggle with symptoms related to the foot, such as foot pain, an inability to move the foot or ankle, fungal infections, etc., then get in touch with us and schedule a time to come in for an initial consultation. Our team is happy to answer any questions you may have and help you on your path to recovery. 

Get more information here: https://footdoctorinsanjose.com or call Leonard Greenwald, D.P.M. at (408) 827-9483

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