When it comes to pediatric podiatry it is important to see the child, even with minor conditions, to ensure healthy growth and development of the child foot. Occasionally conditions do resolve overtime with simple treatment and monitoring. Although, sometimes minor procedures and orthotics are necessary to ensure healthy bone and tissue growth. Problems noticed after birth do not fall into the above category will not always disappear on their own. It is thus imperative to seek early treatment for your child in order to ensure better responsiveness to conservative treatment options, no matter the issue at hand.

6 Tips for Reducing Heel Pain After Exercising

2022-05-26T18:42:59+00:00April 13th, 2021|Common Pain and Deformities, Foot and Ankle Injuries, Heel Pain, Pediatric Treatment|

Patients commonly come to our office seeking advice and guidance due to issues with heel pain post exercising. Heel [read more]

General Podiatry Q&A with Dr. Mason

2022-05-26T18:44:00+00:00March 10th, 2021|Common Pain and Deformities, Diabetic Conditions, Foot and Ankle Injuries, Heel Pain, Nerve Pain, Orthotics, Pediatric Treatment, Skin and Nail Conditions, Surgical Treatment|

Dr. Mason is board certified in foot surgery as well as reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. He is a [read more]

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