Are your feet aching and beginning to interfere with your quality of life? Have you been told that you will need foot surgery? If the answer to either of these questions is “yes,” you will want to come to our practice where you will be treated by an exemplary foot doctor who is also a foot surgeon. When you need foot surgery in Southfield, Family Footcare, P.C. is an excellent practice to come to for treatment.
At our practice, Family Footcare, P.C., we have three excellent and highly-trained doctors who perform foot surgery when needed. Dr. Milton J. Stern, Dr. Randy K. Kaplan, and Dr. Louis Geller are our excellent foot doctors. All three of our doctors are also Diplomats of the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons. Should you need any type of foot care or foot surgery in Southfield, our doctors will be able to provide you with the highest level of diagnosis, treatment, and foot surgery.
Our practice is state-of-the-art. We offer conservative and foot surgery in Southfield for many foot conditions. We treat many patients who come to us for heel pain syndrome, diabetic education and foot care, and wound healing. We also provide a wide range of services to treat: sports injuries; corns; calluses; foot and ankle trauma; bunions; ingrown toenails; diabetic foot care; foot ulcer and wound healing; ankle sprains; neuromas; and fungal toenails – including laser treatment. We also treat other common and not so common foot problems including: abscesses; Achilles tendonitis; gout attacks; athlete’s feet; calcaneal apophysitis; cold feet; dry skin; flat feet; foot odor; ganglionic cysts. Our doctors are also able to prescribe orthotics that will provide you with the exact foot support and comfort that you need to help ease painful or unhealthful foot problems. Corns are one of the most common foot conditions that we see. They are a hard and thickened area of skin that are our body’s response to repeated friction and pressure. As the corn increases in size, so does the pain in discomfort. There are many common causes of corns including poorly fitting shoes or abnormal toe structure. Corns need to be treated to go away. They should be treated by one of our doctors who can safely fix the problem. If you have diabetes, this is especially true. If you have a corn that is causing you pain and interfering with your ability to comfortably walk, contact our office for treatment.