Our goal is to treat your foot problem with the most conservative and cost-effective foot care so you can quickly get back to the activities you love.

Non-Invasive Foot Care

Many foot conditions, infections or injuries can be corrected with physical therapy, cross-training, bracing, changing shoes or medication (over-the-counter or prescription) or self care. We’ll provide a diagnosis for your condition and explain all your options for treatment.

Don’t wait to seek help until your foot problem is serious.

Your feet are made up of dozens of bones, joints, muscles and ligaments that serve as the foundation for your entire body. Through education and conservative care, we can help you prevent sports injuries, musculoskeletal problems and diabetes-related foot diseases that can keep you from enjoying an active lifestyle.

We recommend that you do not use home remedies without first consulting a podiatrist. Self-diagnosing is often inaccurate and the wrong treatment can prolong or aggravate your problem.

Diabetes foot care

If you have diabetes, you may be at risk of developing nerve damage in your feet (known as peripheral neuropathy). When this happens, you may not be able to feel pain caused by tight shoes or sprains. You also may not feel small scrapes, cuts or blisters that can turn into infections.

It is important that you meet with a podiatrist to learn what you can do to prevent future problems. If you already have nerve damage, we can provide treatment and set up routine checkups to monitor your feet for infections.

Non-invasive foot care treatments include:

  • Casting: for fractures, deformities, clubfoot
  • Compression: for strains and sprains
  • Steroid injections: for arthritis, neuroma and plantar fasciitis
  • Diagnostic ultrasound: to diagnose fractures or abnormalities
  • Foot exercises: for arthritis, bunions, arch and heel pain, sprains and strains
  • Medication: for athletes foot, diabetic ulcers, fungus, limb salvaging, warts and wounds
  • Moleskin padding: for corns, calluses, bunions and neuromas
  • Orthotics: for flat feet, hammer toe, pronation and other foot conditions
  • Supportive footwear: for arthritis, bunions, geriatric foot care, hammer toe
  • Splints to wear while you sleep: for hammer toe and plantar fasciitis

When Dr. Simchuk recommends surgery as the best treatment for severe foot conditions, he provides minimally invasive procedures that get you back on your feet as quickly at possible.

Foot conditions we treat medically include:

  • Achilles tendon
  • Ankle instability
  • Arch pain
  • Arthritis
  • Athletes foot
  • Bone spurs
  • Bunions
  • Clubfoot
  • Corns and calluses
  • Diabetic foot complications
  • Foot sprains and fractures
  • Geriatric foot care
  • Hammer toe
  • Ingrown toenail
  • Nerve tumors
  • Neuromas
  • Pediatric foot problems
  • Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
  • Toenail fungus
  • Warts
  • Wound care

Get information about these conditions here.

For happier feet, call for an appointment 541-471-7056.