Metro Tulsa Foot & Ankle Specialists offers a full array of podiatric services to help you maintain healthy feet.
Metro Tulsa Foot and Ankle Specialists is a comprehensive foot and ankle treatment center. Our mission is to provide each patient with the best possible treatment using the most up-to-date and evidence-based method, materials, and equipment.
Heel pain ranges from mild to severe and is the result of faulty biomechanics that place too much stress on the heel bone and the tissues that attach to it. You may notice the pain in the underside of your foot, or back of your heel.
Injuries, overuse and a variety of conditions causing inflammation involving bones, ligaments or tendons in the foot can cause foot pain. Delayed treatment of foot pain can lead to complications, chronic pain, disability and arthritis.
Foot and Ankle surgery can be needed for a variety of conditions but is considered a last resort treatment option. If our specialists can treat your condition non-invasively, we will exhaust those options before surgery.
Orthotics support and align the foot and lower extremities, delaying need for surgery or post-surgical pain relief. Custom orthotics are prescribed by your foot & ankle specialist and are not the same as a simple show insert or arch support.
It’s important for children to see a podiatrist, even with minor conditions, to ensure healthy growth and development of the child’s foot. Often, conditions can resolve over time with simple treatment and monitoring.
Nerve damage in your feet may cause intense pain, numbness and tingling, unusual sensations, and loss of balance. Nerve pain is brought on by many reasons such as arthritis, trauma, nerve pressure, cancer treatment and diabetes.
Some foot conditions are caused by issues with the skin and nails. These conditions are often both painful and aesthetically troubling. Our specialists are prepared to treat these conditions in office, providing you with immediate relief.
People with diabetes are more likely to have foot problems due to nerve damage and poor circulation. This leads to nonhealing wounds with risk of amputation. Many diabetic foot conditions can be prevented by blood sugar control.
Foot and ankle injuries, such as sprains, breaks or fractures are caused by a variety of reasons. Our team of specialists will determine the extent of your injury and find the best treatment option to help get you back on your feet fast.
Underlying issues in the foot and ankle can be debilitating and cause unnecessary problems. We are prepared to diagnose and treat various conditions that cause lower extremity discomfort. Our goal is to get you back on your feet quickly!