Residents in Riverdale, MD experiencing foot pain, ankle pain, or any complication of the foot due to diabetes or other chronic health issues can call Podiatry Centers of Maryland to schedule an appointment with a podiatrist today. We offer everything from basic foot care and foot pain treatment to foot and ankle surgery for severe conditions. If you are not familiar with podiatric care, then continue reading to learn more about our services. You are always welcome to visit one of our two locations to arrange a walk-in appointment or schedule a convenient appointment for a future date.
Many people refer to a podiatrist as a foot doctor or foot pain physician, but a podiatrist is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, specializing in the diagnoses and treatment of conditions affecting the feet, ankles, and lower legs. A podiatrist must complete 4 years of podiatry school after college followed by at least 2 years of residency. Podiatrists are licensed and regulated by state governments and are defined as physicians by the federal government.
Podiatrists can reset broken bones, prescribe drugs, order lab tests and X-rays, perform surgery, and work closely with other specialists to treat problems affecting the lower extremities.
A podiatrist in Riverdale from Podiatry Centers of Maryland can treat people of any age for foot-related conditions such as:
In short, a podiatrist can diagnose and treat discomfort, deformities, and pain in feet, ankles, and lower legs. If you are experiencing persistent pain or difficulty walking and moving, then call Podiatry Centers of Maryland to schedule a flexible appointment.
Diabetes is a lifelong health condition affecting tens of millions of Americans. People with diabetes are at higher risk of foot-related problems and complications could end up requiring an amputation. Diabetic foot care can help manage and control such complications. If you are looking for diabetic foot care in Riverdale, then call Podiatry Centers of Maryland to schedule an appointment with a diabetic foot pain doctor today. We can also try and arrange a same-day walk-in appointment. Call now to speak with a friendly member of our team.
Many people mistake chronic foot pain and soreness as a natural result of everyday activities. If foot and ankle pain is persistent, then it might be time to visit a doctor. Foot pain treatment in Riverdale can give you a sense of relief you never knew you needed. Call Podiatry Centers of Maryland to get started.