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 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 and podiatrists focus on treating a range of diabetic complications, and they also provide expert foot care, injection therapy and education about the benefits of proper foot and nail care.
Our new orthopedic center was built with you in mind. It offers the latest technology and a coordinated care approach to treat your pain. This means that on the day of your appointment, you can be seen by more than one doctor if needed and may be able to have all your tests done that same day (depending on your insurance coverage). When you leave, you will have a diagnosis and treatment plan designed to restore function and comfort.
If you have a more complicated issue, the entire team will determine a treatment plan that will result in the best outcome possible. This may mean that more than one day is needed for testing, consultation and thoughtful consideration of the best options to treat your problem successfully. This may include consultation with a surgeon.
It’s hard to take your life in stride when your feet hurt. That’s why our podiatry team treats a wide range of foot-related conditions, including:
Specialized expertise in podiatry, diabetic wound care and nail care.