Podiatry

We can help you take the right steps toward foot, ankle and lower leg health.

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As your body’s shock absorbers, your feet rely upon a complex network of bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments to keep you moving forward. It’s easy to ignore your feet and lower legs until they hurt or something goes wrong. This is where licensed Adena podiatrists can help.

Adena podiatrists can help you with everything from common foot problems such as ingrown toenails and bunions, to not-so-common foot problems such as tumors and congenital deformities. We understand the impact ongoing foot and ankle problems can have on the quality of your daily life and we’ll partner with you to develop a personalized treatment plan for your specific condition. 

Adena Podiatry also offers Certified Nurse Practitioners (CNPs) who specialize in podiatry, diabetic wound care and nail care. Because diabetes can harm blood vessels in the foot, ankle and lower leg, it can be harder for wounds to heal and may lead to pain, numbness, tingling and muscle weakness. Our CNPs focus on treating a range of diabetic complications and also enjoy educating patients about the benefits of proper foot and nail care in general.

At Adena, we’re taking extra precautions to ensure a safe environment for all patients, visitors and staff. If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, including fever or cough, please call our COVID-19 Hotline at 740-542-SAFE (7233) and refrain from any in-office visits. 

Another way we work to keep patients safe is by offering Virtual Visits, using phone and/or video, to allow patients the option of consultation from their homes. While virtual visits are safe and convenient, they don’t always serve as a complete replacement for an in-office visit. 

Our Adena Podiatry teams are currently treating: 

  • Consults and referrals for any foot or ankle issues, including:
    • Ligament and tendon injuries 
    • Fractures, dislocations and other traumas 
    • Joint pain and arthritis 
    • Bunions, hammertoes, and flat feet 
    • Infections and tumors of the foot and ankle 
    • Diabetic foot, including ulcers and infections 
    • Sports-related injuries, such as Achilles tendon 
    • Loss of joint and muscle function caused by disease or injury 
    • Nerve disorders such as neuroma and tarsal tunnel syndrome 
    • Pediatric problems such as leg length discrepancy 
    • Ingrown toenails 
    • Plantar warts
    • Injections and foot care
    • Outpatient or same-day surgeries

Providers

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Departments

We offer a variety of departments at our many locations throughout southern Ohio. From primary care to specialty departments; we want to help you get better quicker.

Locations

Our facilities are located throughout southern Ohio to make it easier for you to find outstanding and convenient care, close to home.